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Old   September 13, 2023, 04:27
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Hello everybody,

I have done my CFD simulation in ANSYS and I want to insert the results in META.
I see that Fluent saves automatically some folders and files of the project. Which of them should I insert in META to view the results.
If I should firstly export the results from ANSYS, to what type of file should I export them. Because I see that when I open CFD Post and try to export the results it only allows me to export them in *.csv type.

Thank you very much!
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Hello,
Fluent cases are stored in a *.cas.h5 (or *.cas or *.cas.gz depending on Fluent version)
Fluent results are stored in a *.dat.h5 (or *.dat or *.dat.gz depending on Fluent version)
Those two files can be loaded in Meta using the template manager.
First you load the case file, then the result file, then you select which scalar or vector field you want to load
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Old   September 27, 2023, 17:42
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Hi Kev,
Thank you so much for the reply!
I loaded the files and everything seems ok.
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