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Old   April 10, 2009, 05:25
Question Re-Opening ASCII Files (Fluent/Tecplot ?)
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Hello everybody,

I'm new here, French student engineer.

I have an ASCII file generated by Fluent (Export -> ASCII) containing X and Y position of each node, and associated Mach umber.

I edited this ASCII file manually to change certain values, and now I'd like to open it again with Fluent (or Tecplot) to display new contours with manually edited new values...

Is it possible ? how ?

There is no ASCII in the Fluent's import menu.

Thx in advance !
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Old   April 11, 2009, 20:58
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You can open it in tecplot or any other ascii reader and export to fluent format.
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