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Old   January 12, 2003, 04:08
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Hello, I saved a file like: File > Interpolate > Write, after selecting a face and x velocity and y velocity, I get the a use column of data of the following form: =========== 2 2 6750 2 x-velocity y-velocity .......... ......... ===========

Can any one tell me how do I ineterpret this data?

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Old   January 14, 2003, 03:42
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The first(2) term(2) means the file version. e.g. It's 1 for Fluent 5 & 2 for Fluent 6.

The second term(2) means the dimensionality(2d or 3d).

The third term(6750) means the total number of data points.

The forth & fifth terms mean the list of field names.

Next term means the x-coordinate values for all the data points.

Next terms mean the y- & z-coordinate values for all the data points.

The last terms mean values of each field names for all the data points.

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