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Old   January 2, 2011, 05:15
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Hello everybody,

can we read fluent data in Cfview? if yes, how?

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Old   January 24, 2011, 08:41
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hello,

First of all, Fluent visualization doesn't allow you to open Numeca data in Fluent. Numeca CFView works with *.run files. You can also open projects with *.csv extension.

I think you can open data files from Fluent with Numeca CFView. If Fluent doesn't create that kind of files, try to make a copy of the data file of Fluent and change the extension for one of this. I'm not really sure that will be the right way to open it, but I'm sure you can do that.

I hope I'll be helpful.

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