|October 24, 2011, 06:42||
How to make a *.msh file using ICEM.
Join Date: Aug 2010
Posts: 17Rep Power: 8
I almost don't know anything about ICEM. But unfortunately i have a *.tin, *.blk and *.prj file. I should make a *.msh file out of those for using it in fluent.
Is there any body that can help me please? it's so important for me.
|October 24, 2011, 10:37||
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Tokyo, JAPAN
Posts: 66Rep Power: 6
you can do it in two ways. 1. from project tree at left side, right click on pre-mesh and then press convert to unstructured. u will get unstructured mesh. then 'go to output tab from main menu. it will show you 4 tab in it, press first tab and select fluent v 6 and ansys. then press second tab and press accept. then directly go to fourth tab and select path to save .msh file.'
2. second way is press file from main menu, in that go to mesh and press load from blocking. u will get unstructured mesh. then do the same as shown by inverted commas.
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