• ASCII files: saves meshes, sets and results to ASCII files using the new PostProcess format (see Postprocess results format: ProjectName.post.res and Postprocess mesh format: ProjectName.post.msh from Customization Manual). If multiple meshes are read with the 'Open multiple' option explained above, only two files will be saved, one for the meshes and another one for the results, where each post information file (or pair .msh + .res) will define a Group (see Re-meshing and adaptivity from Customization Manual).

  • Binary (whole model): Saves meshes, sets and results to one binary file. If multiple meshes are read with the 'Open multiple' option explained above, only one file will be written, where each previously read post information file (or pair .msh + .res) will define a Group (see Re-meshing and adaptivity from Customization Manual).

  • HDF5 GiD Post: Saves meshes, sets and results into one HDF5 file. If multiple meshes are read with the 'Open multiple' option explained above, only one file will be written, where each previously read post information file (or pair .msh + .res) will define a Group (see Re-meshing and adaptivity from Customization Manual).

  • Binary (only results): Saves results information only, so the transition between Pre- and Postprocess will be quicker.

  • ASCII boundaries: Saves the boundaries of the meshes and sets, with its nodal results, to ASCII files (one for mesh information ".msh", one for the results ".res"). The boundary of a hexahedron/tetrahedron mesh is a quadrilateral/triangle mesh. The boundary of a quadrilateral/triangle mesh is a line mesh. There is no boundary of a line/point mesh.

  • Stream lines: the created stream lines can be exported with this option as meshes of lines. Together with the mesh lines also some internal information is also incorporated, such as the seed point, so that it can be imported to the current model in another separated session witth the option Files --> import --> Stream lines Stream lines