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Old   February 12, 2009, 03:17
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I have been learning OpenFoam for only few months and I don't know very much and one problem I'm facing right now is that I'd like to initialize a case with Fluent data. There were some messages I found about this subject, but it still left me a little confused about how difficult it would be.
I'm using the 1.5 version of OpenFoam.
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Old   February 12, 2009, 04:08
Default There was this message "Fluent
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There was this message "Fluent to Foam" in May 2008. Where someone asked about this...

And then in very old discussion from 2006
"Convert exisiting data to openfoam", there is a mention about possible "fluentDataToFoam" utility.
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