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Old   December 9, 2008, 06:16
Default Hi, all, I am just wonderi
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Hi, all,

I am just wondering if the OpenFoam provides the functions to extract the triangle mesh(or other kinds) used for the post-processing?

If so, can anybody give me some instructions?
Thank you.

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Old   December 9, 2008, 15:49
Default You can use foamToVTK to extra
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You can use foamToVTK to extract patches and their data into VTK legacy format.

You can use surfaceMeshTriangulate to triangulate patches (geometry only, no data).
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