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Old   October 15, 2013, 16:59
Default Any converter for su2-to-cgns grid format?
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A couple of times I have wanted to read the sample grids into pointwise, so I was wondering if there was a tool to convert su2 grid format to cgns ? I have the plugin to output su2 grids, but the plugin doesn't provide for su2 input.

I am fairly new to cgns, so if this is a ridiculous proposition, I apologize!

Maybe some user out there has already done this?
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Hi Tom,

Unfortunately, we do not have a tool to convert the grid alone from SU2->CGNS, however, we do have the CGNS format available as an solution output format, if that would help. We can also go from CGNS->SU2 as well.

If any users in the community have worked on this, we would certainly be interested!

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