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Old   February 23, 2001, 10:41
Default Reading Conservative Variables from dump File
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Bilal Bukhari
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Hi,

How Can i read the conservative variables (rho, u,v,w,h) from dump file in CFX. I want to write those in PLOT3D format.

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Old   February 25, 2001, 23:42
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Li Xinfeng
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In fact you can use the cfx-view, in this part you can export plot-3D data. if you want to read the dmp file directly,you can change it from bin to format.
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Old   February 28, 2001, 13:07
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sinjae
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Hi,

use runvpp and generate *.f, *.q, *.x files. these three files are good for plot3d file format.
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Old   April 25, 2001, 01:15
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Shabah
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Hi I can not understand that where i use this command Please tell me in some detail. Thanks
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