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zxaar March 18, 2004 07:11

Fluent grid file format
 
Does anybody have any idea about where to get details of fluent 6.x grid file formats. i wish to read fluent file into my application (some code I am writing).

mateus March 18, 2004 08:09

Re: Fluent grid file format
 
Hi!

What you should do is: go to "surface-iso surface". Then set surface of constant density - set iso values to desired density for example 500kg/m^3 if you have water air problem. This defines a line of cnstant density (the line of interface). Chose the name for the surface, for example denity500 and click create.

To get the coordinates go to "plot-xy plot". Deselect "position on x axis". set "Y axis function to grid - y coordinate" and "x axis function to grid x coordinate. Select "density500" at surfaces. If you want to get the numerical values (instead of plot) select "write to file"..

Hope this helps...

MATEUS

mateus March 18, 2004 08:14

Re: Fluent grid file format
 
Sorry this was the answer to some other question...

mateus

jx March 19, 2004 09:56

Re: Fluent grid file format
 
I remember the GAMBIT manual explains the neutral format for mesh and the FLUENT user manual explains the fluent native format.

Just check it out.

zxaar March 20, 2004 06:37

Re: Fluent grid file format
 
thanks, i could locate that in fluent manuals, its given where they explain cas-data file formats.


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