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Old   August 1, 2008, 12:54
Default Importing solutions in CFX.
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Hi. I have an older CFD project and I need to import it in CFX. My project is a mesh and a solution file of another file format. It is not CFX compatible. Is there a way to import the grid and the solution in CFX or am I obligated to import the grid and re-run the simulation using CFX ?

Failing that, is there any ways to write a CFX file solution with my data using a converter of some sort? I know these kind of tools exists for other solvers but I am unsure about CFX.

Else, can we impose and arbitrary boundary condition in CFX? If this is possible, can you refer me to the correct page in the manual ? I might have missed it (I find CFX manuals to be quite confounding considering it's scope) in my last read out.

Thanks for answering. I am new here and so, I hope I didn't infringe on any rules for this forum.

Kindly, Alphonso.

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Old   August 1, 2008, 14:01
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I have forgot to mention that I would be using CFX11 SP1. Thanks.
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