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Old   February 23, 2016, 05:24
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Hi,
I need to understand how the nodes in my mesh are connected. I am exporting data from FLUENT in ASCII format and it is important I understand how the structure of the mesh is ordered.
I using this data to form a reduced order model of a CFD RANs solution within MATLAB - I then need to convert this format, same as ASCII as SVD does not change the order, into TECPLOT to view for post processing.

Alternatively, it would be even better if I could just import the approximated solution data from MATLAB still having the ASCII format back into the results tab in ANSYS workbench for post processing and rigorous error analysis.

I do hope some of you can be of help.

best wishes

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