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Default Import external CFD results into Autodesk CFD for visualisation
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Hi,

I am trying to workout a method to import CFD results from another CFD solver (openFoam) into Autodesk CFD for visualisation. In short, I am running CFD simulations using openFoam on behalf of a client, and would like to allow the client to visualise the results using Autodesk CFD.

I don't have access to Autodesk CFD, hence I am a bit limited in terms of knowing what format would Autodesk CFD be able to import (if any).

Would CGNS be an option?

Thanks in advance for any tip/opinion.

Julien
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