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Old   July 2, 2013, 06:01
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I have a geometry file which can be opened with numeca igg.I want to know how to import the geometry file into turbogrid.
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Do you have coordinate file for numeca?

If yes, just change its format according to turbogrid and load file.
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Do you have coordinate file for numeca?

If yes, just change its format according to turbogrid and load file.
Thank you for your answer.I have some files like ps_blade,ss_blade,ps_vane,ss_vane.Will it work?It seems that turbogrid need .profile and .curve.What shoud I do?
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are these coordinates? if no, can you output file in parasolid or SAT format?
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are these coordinates? if no, can you output file in parasolid or SAT format?
It seems like coordinates.I will have a try.Thank you for your help!
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are these coordinates? if no, can you output file in parasolid or SAT format?
I can output file in parasolid format with UG. And what should I do next?Although
these are coordinates, I don't know how to transfer it to .curve and .profile.It really confuses me.
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