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Old   September 16, 2006, 03:11
Default Hello Once I have generated
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Once I have generated a .msh file I read that you have to execute the
fluentMeshToFoam <root><case> <mesh> script.

I cloned the solver 'forwardstep' in sonicFoam calling it 'supersonicjet' and saved the supersonicjet.msh file in my home directory. Does this mean I type something like

.../sonicFoam >>
fluentMeshToFoam . supersonicjet supersonicjet.msh

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