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abonfi January 19, 2013 06:16

Delaundo meshes
 
Dear developers, I have written my own small piece of code to convert delaundo http://www.cerfacs.fr/~muller/delaundo.html mesh files to the SU2 mesh format. It seems to work fine on an inviscid mesh (I get a good SU2 solution), but on the enclosed "viscous" mesh SU2 gives segmentation fault after: Searching for closest normal neighbor on the surface. The log, configuration and mesh files are enclosed. A tecplot file with the mesh is also in the tar file. Could you have a quick look? Thanks, Aldo

fpalacios January 19, 2013 15:13

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Originally Posted by abonfi (Post 402819)
Dear developers, I have written my own small piece of code to convert delaundo http://www.cerfacs.fr/~muller/delaundo.html mesh files to the SU2 mesh format. It seems to work fine on an inviscid mesh (I get a good SU2 solution), but on the enclosed "viscous" mesh SU2 gives segmentation fault after: Searching for closest normal neighbor on the surface. The log, configuration and mesh files are enclosed. A tecplot file with the mesh is also in the tar file. Could you have a quick look? Thanks, Aldo

Dear Aldo,

The format it almost perfect, just a small detail (that we will fix in the next release of the code), could you please get rid of the spaces between the keyword and the = sign

eg use NELEM= 10924 instead of NELEM = 10924

Thanks a lot,
Francisco

PS.- Once the translation is working, it would be great if you could share it with the developer community.

abonfi January 22, 2013 05:08

Delaundo to SU2 Translator
 
1 Attachment(s)
Here is the small fortran code that translates from dplot format (the format used by delaundo) into the su2 format.
Aldo

fpalacios January 27, 2013 20:45

Thanks a lot!
Francisco

shirazbj January 29, 2013 21:11

Interesting. I downloaded the mesher. Every f file is zipped . Is there a quick to unzip all?

thanks Aldo.

aniketaranake March 19, 2013 20:00

A quick way to unzip all of the files is to navigate to the std folder and execute the following command:

$ ls *.gz|xargs gunzip

Cheers,
Aniket


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