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Old   May 6, 2013, 16:56
Question How to export geometry and grids from ICEM to DesignModeler
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Hi,

May I ask how to export geometry and grids from ICEM to DesignModeler?
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why you want to export grid to design modeler?
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why you want to export grid to design modeler?

Because I'd like to use the grids generated by ICEM to do the solid mechanics analysis by DesignModeler.
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Design modeler does not read mesh files. You can export your geometry in IGES/Step/parasolid format and later them in designmodeler. If you talking about stress analysis and exporting to ANSYS FEA, that can be done
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wy dont u just export the mesh to ansys?
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wy dont u just export the mesh to ansys?
How to do that? Ansys APDL doesn't offer the option to import grids from ICEM. (see attachement)
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There is option in ICEM to export mesh for ANSYS FEA solver.
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