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Old   March 31, 2018, 19:33
Question How to export Ansys Fluent results to OpenFOAM?
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Hello everyone
Is it possible to export Ansys fluent results to OpenFOAM? I've conducted a 2D steady state simulation using Ansys fluent, Now I need to export at least the velocity field to OpenFOAM in order to solve for a passive scalar in OpenFOAM (I have no access to fluent & I don't want to use it).

Any ideas please?
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Old   April 5, 2018, 07:25
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Hi Evren,

You can export the data in Ansys Fluent as ensight gold, this data can be imported using Paraview. Paraview is an opensource post processor often used in combination with the OpenFOAM solver, it can be download via paraview.org.

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