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Old   November 16, 2018, 07:22
Default tecio libraries for Tecplot 10
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We have a Tecplot 10 (2004) license in the lab and use OpenFOAM for our simulations.



For converting the data format readable to Tecplot 10, there is an utility called foamToTecplot in the OpenFOAM. It uses tecio 2008 or 2009 versions for its compilation.


Since our Tecplot is old, we require an older tecio library, to view the data. Is there any link for the tecio source library usable for Tecplot 10 version?


I know that there are links for tecio2008 and for tecio2009 from the tecplot website, but I couldn't find anything for Tecplot 10 (2004 version)
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