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Old   August 10, 2020, 11:26
Default Particle orientation using Glyph with custom source.
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I need to visualize lagrangian non-spherical particles in paraview. I have openFOAM fields with the positions of the centers of the particles and their orientation in terms of quaternions and Euler angles. I tried to use the "glyph with custom source" filter but I can't figure out how it orients the particles or what vector data I have to provide for the orientation (Euler angles? with what rotation sequence?).

Do you know how how to solve the problem?

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lagrangian, non-spherical particles, openfaom, orientation

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