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Default Exporting to Alternate Mesh Formats
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Hey, thanks for reading this post.

I have a question about Fluent Mesh file exports; specifically, I was wondering if it was possible to export a computational domain to a Gambit mesh file format, not a Ansys-Fluent mesh file format.

The reasons behind this are the Gambit mesh file format is a lot easier to read, and I have programmed a Mesh file reader inside VTK using source code. The Ansys-Fluent style mesh is horrible to the eyes, so to say.

Does anyone know how to accomplish this?

Thanks
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