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Old   June 16, 2009, 05:13
Default Initial field from res file by "node to node" reading
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Hi all!
I want to read initial condition from res file to new grid (some walls slightly moved). Simple interpolation isn't good for me. It would be more correct if the data can be read by the "node to node" way.
Is it possible? Can you advise something?
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Old   June 16, 2009, 07:59
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If you want node by node reading and setting of initial conditions then you need user fortran.

You may also be able to do it by exporting data from CFX-Post, then doing whatever transformation you like on them and then reading them back into CFX-Pre as a 3D cloud of points. This should work as long as your mesh is not too big.

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