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Old   June 18, 2019, 10:27
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I have managed to visualise the 3D velocity streamlines from the inlet to outlet in my 3D arterial model using the "stream tracer with custom source" filter and having the model itself as my input and a slice at the inlet as my seed source.

However, this generates many streamlines and it is difficult to visualise the results.

Any advice on how to reduce the number of streamlines created?

(I am using Paraview 5.0.1)


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