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Old   September 10, 2001, 14:38
Default Converting .geo files into Fluent
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Hi everybody,

I took a look at the Fluent Archive messages and I found some posts about this topic, however no one gave me a brief view of what to do... So, is there a effective way to translate a .geo file (CFX-4) to Fluent?
I tried tfilter (named tf424.exe and tf426.exe, in the //FLUENT.INC/tfilter2.5/ntx86/fe2ram directory) but it didn't work. The .geo file was created in CFX-Build 4.4 and I have here Fluent 4.5 and 5.5. Thus, no matter to which Fluent package it will translate. After all, my geometry file is an hexaedral structured mesh and can be read into both Fluent codes.


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