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Old   March 27, 2015, 01:12
Wink multi domain export into .su2 format
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hi i am using pointwise to expoert a mesh file into .su2 format for fsi analysis .but the su2 export option only exports the mesh without asking whether is fluid or solid as in case of export to fluent . can any tell me hw that can be archieved in pointwise for fsi application in su2
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Old   March 27, 2015, 17:50
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Hello Varghese,

Currently, the SU2 plugin for Pointwise does not support volume conditions as you've pointed out. Therefore, you are unable to specify fluid and solid regions directly within Pointwise.

That being said, others have exported the blocks independently (select the block you want to export then go to File, Export, CAE...only that block will be exported) and stitched them together.

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