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Old   June 13, 2011, 07:43
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Hello everyone,

I have a little issue with Ansys Workbench.
I used to use Gambit to generate lots of geometries and I then wrote journal files to do all the meshing for me.
It is a wing at 10 different angle of attacks.
I then also used fluent with a journal file to do all the iterating for me.
I just wanted to switch to workbench because it can make my job a lot easier.

However, When I define a new fluent project, I load the gambit file and the next step is the mesh, where it opens the meshing window.

But because I have already created all the mesh files, is there any way to import the x.msh file so I DONT have to use the meshing window which opens.
I may look into learning to mesh it using this procedure, but because I already have all the mesh files created with gambit, it seems like a waste of time to remesh them all and redefine all the BC.

Thanks for your help

Tim
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