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Old   September 7, 2012, 14:51
Default Creating a Fluent .msh file
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I have a program on matlab which generates a node list and element interconnectivity. I want to write a program to save this information in a format that can be read on FLUENT. I've tried opening a GAMBIT-generated mesh to decipher the format, but it seems a bit incoherent. How do I go about creating this file? How is the data structure organized? What are the key fields and syntax that I need to specify? Would it be any easier to format a GAMBIT .dbs mesh from my node list and element interconnectivity?
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Old   September 10, 2012, 07:11
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I think the best would be to ask the Ansys Fluent Engineers about this. Or create your geometry with Gambit maybe?

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