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Old   December 14, 2011, 10:17
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I have been sent an ANSYS Fluent .dat file and wish to extract details of the mesh (e.g., node locations, which nodes are connected) for use in another program. Are there already parsing scripts/packages floating around for achieving this or do I simply need to write one from scratch (probably in Perl, Python, or such)?

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