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Old   February 19, 2020, 11:23
Default Temperature problem when foamDataToFluent using CFD-post
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Hello, everyone.

1- I've run my steady simulation on OpenFOAM (edited simpleFoam solver with temperature equation) and am able to compile and run my case.
I'm able to view the temperature and velocity contours in Paraview. However, when I convert the data to Fluent format (foamDataToFluent, I followed the correct number list of fluent in foamtofluentdict.), Fluent is not showing temperature in the list of contours that it can display unless I enabled the energy equation in Fluent and to be able to select the temperature field. However, I'm only able to 300K in the contour plot which is my inlet temperature

2- Anyone knows how to export CFD-POST results on cell centers and not on nodes??

3- and a final question, how to create a bounded plane in ParaView?

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