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Old   August 25, 2020, 03:25
Default How to convert .csv datapoints to volume?
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Dear All,

I have a csv file which contains (x, y, z) co-ordinates along with temparature 'T' parameters.

1. I need this data to be converted to volume/mesh in OpenFoam.
2. Or, I need this data to be visualized in paraview. I imported csv file in paraview and used "TableToPoints" to visualize the points.
3. I tried Delaunay 2D and 3D for triangulation. But this filter did not match well.

So, is there any way I could use csv file in OpenFoam to create a mesh from the points presented in csv file?

Thanks and Regards,
Sunag R A.
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