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Old   December 29, 1999, 15:23
Default Fluent/UNS I/O format
Francisco Canabal
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I am searching for a detailed description of the Fluent/UNS I/O format. I used GRIDGEN for pre-processing and FIELDVIEW for post-processing and both support Fluent/UNS I/O format. My intention is to incorporate Fluent/UNS I/O format in a in-house developed unstructured CFD codes.

I would appreciate any help.
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Old   February 2, 2000, 23:23
Default Re: Fluent/UNS I/O format
Scott Gilmore
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Francisco, your Fluent technical support engineer can pass this information to you. I believe it is also available in an appendix of the printed manuals, and also in the online help.
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Old   February 3, 2000, 11:24
Default Re: Fluent/UNS I/O format
Francisco Canabal
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Thanks Scott, I already got the information from the Fluent technical support.
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