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Old   February 12, 2012, 05:14
Default How to export "CGNS" in CFX
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I am going to export my result in CFX in "CGNS" format but I can not find CGNS item in the export tool bar, how ever I am sure that there should be, please help to find the CGNS export item.

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It is in the solver manager, under tools in the menu bar I think.
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I want to add to Glenn's comment : It is Solver manager---->Tools -----> Export results
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By chance, is there a way to export CGNS from CFD post? This would be useful if time steps are loaded from time=0s.

Using CFX solver otherwise, would take individually opening all res files and then exporting the CGNS, which is cumbersome.
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I have no idea. But may be things are improved in R14
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Old   June 23, 2012, 06:38
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You cannot export from CFD-Post, but you can export using the solver manager or a command line tool instead. If you have lots of files to convert then use the command line tool and a script/batch file.
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