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Old   February 25, 2010, 11:55
Default Export .index and .asd files from Fluent
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To export CFD data from Fluent to Sysnoise (software for acoustic analysis) I need the pressure distribution on an object for every timestep, ideally in .asd format.

Therefore I activate the Acoustics module in Fluent, Ffowcs-Williams Hawking. After transient calculations I get these files, but when I try to import this in Sysnoise, the program crashes. Because the process is quiet straight forward in Sysnoise, I am wondering if my .index and .asd files are correct (see attachment). They look quiet strange when I open them in notepad.

Anyone experience?
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Old   September 22, 2023, 10:39
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the files are probably Fluent machine coded files, that is why they open in some complex format in Word Pad or Notepad programs. I am also digging out to open these in some other program.
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