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Old   September 7, 2009, 02:55
Question Problem in illustration in ParaView
Heintz Simon
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I'm a french student in a german company. I'm alone in my company to use OpenFoam. I have OpanFOAM 1.6 and 1.5 but now I try just of the 1.6 version.
From a ProEngeener-files, I generate a tetrahedral mesh with StarCCM+, then I convert this mesh in .ccm with the same software. Thank to the ccm26ToFoam command, I convert the .cmm-file.
After that or after the calculation, I start paraView to see my part but I see just a square (in 2d like a pattern but it's not the cylinder), whereas i should see a cylinder.
The illustration works on OF 1.5 but doesn't work on the 1.6.
With a part in a parallepiped geometry, it works always (OF 1.5 and 1.6).
What is my problem ?
Thank you

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