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Old   March 25, 2012, 16:29
Default Data extraction on structured grid
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Hi Guys!

I have the data file of a 2D solution done in Fluent. The simulation was performed on an unstructured mesh.

Is there any way thru which I can “superimpose” a cartesian grid on the solution and obtain the values of field variables on that Cartesian (rectangular to be specific) grid.

Simply put, I need to “map” the solution of an unstructured mesh on a structured mesh.

Please tell me if this can be done in CFX by importing the Fluent data file there.

I’ve been searching to find a way but to no avail and I’m kind of badly stuck. I’d really appreciate if anyone can help.


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Old   March 26, 2012, 03:42
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You can use interpolation utility of FLUENT:
1) prepare desire interpolation file: "file->interpolation->write"
2) map it on new grid: "file->interpolation->read"

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