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Old   April 16, 2021, 23:17
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Hello, everyone:

How do I convert POST.out file to .plt file which can be used in Tecplot. What software is needed?

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Old   April 19, 2021, 17:08
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Hello Tianyuan,

You can make use of our post_convert utility either through CONVERGE Studio, or obtain the executable from our Downloads website to run through the terminal. You can make use of this utility to convert CONVERGE specific post* files to Tecplot readable format.

Note that CONVERGE v3.0's post*h5 files can now be directly read in by Tecplot without the need for post_converting.

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.plt, post.out, tecplot

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