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Old   June 8, 2011, 16:13
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Hi

does anyone know if CFD++ can export to Ensight??

does Ensight imports directly files from CFD++ ?
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You can export to Ensight. Go Tools > Export > Convert to Ensight
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Old   June 8, 2011, 20:53
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Hi

does anyone know if CFD++ can export to Ensight??

does Ensight imports directly files from CFD++ ?
No Ensight does not take CFD++ files directly.
There is a nice command line utility called "genplif" in CFD++ it will export your solution files in almost all major formats.
For ensight use "genplif ensightb"
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and how can i run this?

i am having a transient analysis, shall i load the results on cfd++ or to visulizer?
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and how can i run this?

i am having a transient analysis, shall i load the results on cfd++ or to visulizer?
The post-processor of CFD++ - "Metavisualizer" is simple in terms of capability. Ensight is quite good. Depending on what you want to do you can choose between the 2.
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OK, sohow can i export the data from my transient analysis to ensight?

i open the analysis in cfd++ and then ??? what shall i do ? how can i run the genplif ensightb
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OK, sohow can i export the data from my transient analysis to ensight?

i open the analysis in cfd++ and then ??? what shall i do ? how can i run the genplif ensightb
For transient data it was little extra, I think there were 1 or 2 more arguments that I had to give. It was along time ago I can't remember that.

If you have the valid CFD++ license, contact the metacomp support they will help you with this.
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