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Old   April 25, 2012, 06:33
Default Importing ICEM-generated geometry into DesignModeller for 2-way FSI
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Hello.

I have just started using Workbench in order to attempt a 2-way FSI simulation.

The question is:
- Can I import geometry that I made with ICEM into DesignModeller and then go on setting up my FSI simulation from there? If yes, are there some extra steps I need to make to create a solid and fluid body as in the tutorials?

(Pointing me to the right tutorial in the help may be all that is needed)


I have been using ICEM CFD to generate geometries and meshes for a very long time, so it would save me a lot of time if I could build my geometries there and avoid having to learn how to build the geometry inside DM at the present time.

Many thanks!
Christa
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