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Old   January 25, 2000, 05:01
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Erich Kreiselmaier
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Within the CFD community portable data formats like NETCDF, PDB, CGNS (ADF), HDF become more and more popular. In order to create an IO-System between various CFD-related tools, I intend to use one of those for implementation. Since I had experience only with PDB three years ago, I am interested in the pros and cons of each format and practical experiences.

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Old   January 25, 2000, 10:14
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Richard Thoms
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Erich,

You might want to checkout the DTF library:

http://www.cfdrc.com/datab/Applicati...DTF/index.html

While you're in the CFDRC area, also checkout MDICE as it can (and has been used) as an IO-system between various CFD/CAE tools.

-Richard
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