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Old   February 12, 2021, 13:28
Default Importing Heat Generation .CSV in Fluent
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I would like to import a .CSV file where there are 4 columns:
x,y,z,heating (W/m3)

The file is coming from a MCNP analysis.
Now I would like to use this in a Fluent simulation as heat generation. How I can proceed? And how can I apply it to the whole geometry I have?

I easily did it in workbench with "external data" for structural analysis, but I cannot figure out how I can do the same in Fluent.
Thanks a lot to anyone that we'll help me.

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