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Default How to visualize stick particles in Paraview?
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Hello

There is a small question that I could not find any answer for that yet.

I run a case with icoUncoupledKinematicParcelFoam solver in OpenFoam but I want to visualize only stick particles on a specific wall.

in the kinematicCloudProperties this specific wall selected as stick and in log file, it has written that for example 500 particle stick on this wall.

But in paraview I could not able to find a way to visualize only stick particles on this wall.

I highly appreciate if someone can help me or share any experience with me.

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