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Old   August 20, 2009, 04:06
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Hello,
Does anybody have the installation's file for fluent (linux 64bit)?
I am not fluent customer anymore (we have switched to OpenFOAM, but we still have gambit mesher).
Anyway I need the tpoly utility (within fluent installation) for converting meshes from gambit.
The use of tpoly doesn't require any license.
So if anybody can provide me the Fluent_install_lnamd64.tar, I would be grateful
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