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Old   September 26, 2018, 22:50
Default High order CGNS mesh into OpenFOAM
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Hi all,


anybody aware of the element types supported by CGNSToFoam utility?
I'm trying to convert a higher order mesh exported in CGNS format into something readable by OF5.


Thanks for your help.
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Nevermind: forgot OF is a finite volume code.
Curving applies to finite element.
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