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Old   July 21, 2011, 17:21
Default Export .msh file for fluent by script
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Hi all,

I have a quick question. I want to export the mesh as .msh from WB Meshing and then import it in Fluent. It's manually possible from File> Export and export as .msh file but I need to do it by scripting.

In WorkBench Scripting document the export command only works for .mshdat files which Fluent cannot read.

Changing the file name to .msh in the command line was not helpful as well. Something like: mesh.Export(FilePath=r"D:\BoxTest\box.msh")

Thanks in advance,
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Old   August 2, 2011, 06:33
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I also need to export automatically to fluent ... If anyone has a solution, please answer this thread ...
Another solution would be to find a utility that converts meshdat to msh and can be run in batch ...
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