|March 3, 2012, 18:16||
Defining points and curves using MATLAB
Join Date: Mar 2012
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I'm interested in using MATLAB to create my geometry input file for ICEM. I have a script that can define points on the surface of a nozzle and a surrounding duct, but I don't know what the most effective way to turn that into an ICEM geometry file is. For the moment, I'm only trying to do this for 2-dimensional geometries (like hexa_2dpipe tutorial).
Should I be trying to write *.tin files? If so, can anybody point me to the syntax required for those?
|.tin, geometry, icem, matlab|
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