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Old   August 13, 2019, 20:13
Default Paraview not showing streamlines
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I am using OF6 and default Paraview that comes with it. Normally I have no problem with visualizing streamlines, but for current simulation I generated mesh with PointWise. Here is the deal:


This mesh actually had 0.1 distance in z direction(it is a 2D simulation). After I generated it in PointWise, I used tranformPoints -scale utility, but it doesn't seem to be the reason of this z direction length because I always used "1" scale for z direction. Still, it has 1 point in z direction. So I haven't count this as a problem but I still wanted to mention it.





So here is my line to get streamlines:









And here is my result:







Anyone encountered something like this before? It should have gave me streamlines.
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