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Old   April 28, 2014, 13:16
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Dear all,

I am very interested in processing my pressure surface sampling post processing data to the CGNS format.

I am aware of the Sig Turbomachinery Utilities CGNS converters. These can convert the entire case (volume and surface results) to the CGNS format.

However, since I am purely interested in one part of a patch (the trailing edge of an airfoil), I don't want to save a huge amount of data every time step. That's basically also the reason for using the sampling utility in OpenFOAM.

Any idea's how to tackle this problem are more than welcome. Thanks in advance!
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