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Old   June 27, 2000, 10:14
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Sebastien DANIEL
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Hey all;

I wish to export some output files like temperature or pressure as input file in an other program in Fortran.

With fluent I can export file in .fvc or.fvd but could I export in .f to be readed in a fortran program?

Thank you in advance.

Sebastian Daniel
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Old   August 8, 2000, 19:06
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hello Sebastian, i am working with Fidap and also with Fortran, you can make "neutral files" on command FI-Post, then all,and finally enter neutral and you will select a parameter and put a name-file, each one with any parameter like velocity, pressure or temperature; then you can read that files in Fortan with command open. i hope this help you. bye
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