September 20, 2018 at 3:03 pmbirbara2Subscriber
Hello, Can I export contour data to matlab? It doesn't have to be as much high resolution as the mesh.
September 20, 2018 at 5:51 pmraul.raghavSubscriber
Assuming that you're using Fluent, there two ways of doing it:
1. From Fluent:
File > Export > Solution Data; File Type: ASCII, and select the appropriate contour plane with the specific contour variable of interest along with the plane coordinate axes. This will export the data into a csv file which can be imported in MATLAB.
2. From CFD-Post:
File > Export > Export...; Type: Generic, and select the required surface with the variable of interest. This will create a csv file which can be imported into MATLAB. If your mesh is too fine and if you don't need all the data, you can "Insert > Point Cloud" at the selected surface which the required point density and you can export this Point Cloud the same way as mentioned earlier.
November 16, 2020 at 4:21 pmsailesh1312SubscriberBut what if we want force as our desired variable?n
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