|June 14, 2010, 05:43||
Mapping of plot3d data to OpenFOAM case
Join Date: Jun 2010
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With little luck in the Preprocessing / FoamX subpart of the forum, I've decide to repost my question here.
I would like to map channel flow data from a 33 x 33 x 33 mesh in plot3d format on an OpenFOAM mesh, as initial condition. I have the geometry file and the .q file belonging to it.
Now, the grid can be easily converted to OpenFOAM format using the plot3dToFoam utility, but I wouldn't know where to start to generate a OpenFOAM U file from the plot3d .q file. Apparently there used to be a short description of the U velocity file structure in the UserGuide of previous OF versions, but not anymore. I was therefore wondering whether somebody might have experience with this type of conversions and/or could shed some light on the U file structure, which would be a great help in my quest of a viable conversion strategy / solution.
Looking forward to your replies!
|data conversion, plot3d, velocity mapping|
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