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Old   August 7, 2002, 11:35
Default Tecplot's Fluent Loader
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Does anyone have experience with the new Fluent loader (1.1) for Tecplot? Is it able to read in unstructured meshes, meshes with sliding interfaces (nonconformal interfaces in general), etc? Any problems or complaints?
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