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Old   April 25, 2006, 09:17
Default Conversion from TETGEN to FLUENT
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Jack
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Howdie!

I'm trying out the meshgenerator TETGEN. But It porduces only its own file format (*.node, *.ele).

Is there anybody, who knows how to convert the TETGEN-files into a FLUENT-compatible format?

Thanks for help

Jack
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Old   April 25, 2006, 16:52
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Luca
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I think that converting TETGEN to Fluent format is not so simple. Maybe you can try converting your mesh into GAMBIT neutral format (.neu, it's quite easy and you need to write a simple function because from TETGEN you have all the data you need) or other formats that can be read by Fluent (Nastran, Tecplot and so on). Luca
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