|October 13, 2010, 10:22||
ICEM CFD Saving Mesh File
Join Date: Oct 2010
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I am reading a .cgns file into ICEM CFD, and need to export it as a .msh file. I can't seem to save the mesh with this type of format, isn't ICEM CFD supposed to be able to export to 100 different types of format ??
Please help ?
|October 19, 2010, 13:39||
Sure, no problem.
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Sure... It works. Just go to the output tab and select your solver. Then follow the icons across the tab to create all the files.
Remember that it creates off a saved file, so save your project before the final step.
|January 25, 2016, 10:05||
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I am having a slight issue with this as well. I have loaded a .cgns file into ICEM and want to save a fluent .msh file. I Go to Output Mesh and then Solver Setup where I select Fluent_V4. Then I go to Write input but this just prompts me to "Save Current Project first?" and then I get an "Open" window asking to open a file of type .uns
How do I get the option of saving a .msh file!?
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