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Old   January 23, 2008, 23:44
Default Not sure of CFD's file format
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cally
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Hey guys,

I am really new to this CFD thingy, anyway I have been given a task to visualize a text file in Paraview. It looks something like this

#x y z 47.591110681282885 74.89354088456807 66.49722385468448 47.44087431002856 74.69555657414747 67.45593838377584 47.41998811466601 74.409303533149 68.4253664393199 47.57393223090335 73.9230732262186 69.290241700146 47.91198046178408 73.3157491912022 70.03198639055992 48.27514987926716 72.72032308679104 70.7622486991568 48.512353404695745 72.14495793448566 71.54899107626659 48.62176344445743 71.63804334070932 72.41193766836719 48.795461751903986 71.1686950148501 73.29103734593252

- so I am just assuming its a PLOT3D file, but I cant read it paraview. Can someone help, if this is a PLOT3D file, where can I find a converter, a program to tell me the attirbutes of the file

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Old   January 25, 2008, 00:41
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The file above appears to be co-ordinates of each nodes. ie node 1: x=47.591110681282885 y=74.89354088456807 z=6.49722385468448

node 2: x=47.44087431002856 y=74.69555657414747 z=67.45593838377584
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