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Old   January 5, 2005, 19:27
Default Anyone know the format of this grid file?
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Pete
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Hi,

I have some grid files (*.PFG) but don't know what format of this file is. I'm using ICEM & CFX right now. Anyone know the way to open this file?

Thanks for help. Pete
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Old   January 6, 2005, 03:06
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Charles
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A .PFG file is most likely a formatted, single precision PLOT3D file as written by CFDRC's programs, either the mesh generator CFD-Geom or as a result file by older versions of CFD-Ace or CFD-Fastran. See if you can import it into ICEM as a PLOT3D file. I think CFDRC used a slightly modified version of the PLOT3D format, but I have been able to import PFG files into Fluent's Gambit.
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