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TallesC January 23, 2013 15:27

Problem with export mesh icem to CFX
 
I generated the mesh in ICEM, but when export to cfx appears only the blocks, anyone know why this is happening??

PSYMN January 24, 2013 09:00

Give us more details about what you did and we can tell you where you went wrong. There are many CFX users who use ICEM CFD and don't have a problem.

Have you been successful in the past and this is some new issue or could it be that you are just asking for the proper steps (output format, import process) to get a mesh from ICEM CFD into CFX?

TallesC January 24, 2013 16:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by PSYMN (Post 403767)
Give us more details about what you did and we can tell you where you went wrong. There are many CFX users who use ICEM CFD and don't have a problem.

Have you been successful in the past and this is some new issue or could it be that you are just asking for the proper steps (output format, import process) to get a mesh from ICEM CFD into CFX?



what I mean is not this showing up in cfx mesh and geometry, just something like the blocks that I created, my question is whether the mesh was generated in ICEM because it appears the icon mesh (volumes, shell) but when I 'll tab and create output file. msh q said the problem occurs?

I'm new to ICEM ... you could give me a step how to mesh? Because even the pre-mesh I'm understanding!

sakurabogoda January 25, 2013 04:14

Dear Talles,

I guess you have done something wrong. In ICEM you need to,

1. Create geometry 2. mesh 3. check/edit mesh 4. select a solver and write the input file in "Out Put" tab

All are mentioned in user manual.

TallesC January 26, 2013 16:37

Quote:

Originally Posted by sakurabogoda (Post 403948)
Dear Talles,

I guess you have done something wrong. In ICEM you need to,

1. Create geometry 2. mesh 3. check/edit mesh 4. select a solver and write the input file in "Out Put" tab

All are mentioned in user manual.

I understood, in the fourth step as I do exactly to define the regions (input and output) in Icem and exports the generated mesh? in my case I'm working with a pipe.

thank you!

sakurabogoda January 27, 2013 22:09

Boundary conditions can be defined in CFX.Pre.

PSYMN February 6, 2013 10:56

Could it be that you don't actually have a mesh yet? Many new ICEM CFD users mistake the hexa blocking premesh for an actual mesh.

Can you see the edit mesh tab?


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