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Old   July 5, 2016, 01:54
Default Converge files in to paraview
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Hello,

I have ran a engine simulation and i have individual crank angle files from converge output folder. I want to post process in paraview, which below option will be suitable for loading all crank angles data and easy post processing.

Please enter the file type to export:
[1]: General Mesh Viewer (GMV)
[2]: Ensight
[3]: Tecplot
[4]: Column Format
[5]: Column Format - Region 0 only
[6]: Fieldview Transient Format
[7]: Fieldview Steady Format
[8]: Fieldview Version 14 Format
[9]: CONVERGE-customized Ensight Format
[10]: Paraview VTK in-line binary Format
[11]: Paraview VTK ascii Format


Please share or send link, if any relevant tutorial documents.

Thank you so much in advance.

Krishna
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Hello,

I have ran a engine simulation and i have individual crank angle files from converge output folder. I want to post process in paraview, which below option will be suitable for loading all crank angles data and easy post processing.

Please enter the file type to export:
[1]: General Mesh Viewer (GMV)
[2]: Ensight
[3]: Tecplot
[4]: Column Format
[5]: Column Format - Region 0 only
[6]: Fieldview Transient Format
[7]: Fieldview Steady Format
[8]: Fieldview Version 14 Format
[9]: CONVERGE-customized Ensight Format
[10]: Paraview VTK in-line binary Format
[11]: Paraview VTK ascii Format


Please share or send link, if any relevant tutorial documents.

Thank you so much in advance.

Krishna
Hi Krishna,

I would recommend Ensight format. Based on my experience importing Ensight files, Paraview has robust reader for this. In fact, I convert my CFD results from Fluent into Ensight format and import that into PV.
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