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Old   February 15, 2013, 04:05
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Hello , Is it possible to create an batch file to import points and create shape?
If answer is no, please tell me the way to do it!
Am I should create a code in matlab or ....?
I want it for create shapes automatically with the output of matlab program.
Whats the way???

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Yes, just about all geometry generation software (the ANSYS ones included) can import points and generate a shape. Have a look in the documentation for the package you use to find out how it is done.
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Import is possible but we need to create a method for do it automatically like batch file or a program to read the txt files and create geometery.

If you have an idea please tell me thanks
I'm new in cfx.

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Just about every geometry generation software can be automated.

What geometry generation software are you using?
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Old   February 16, 2013, 13:45
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I use ctia for geometry.

What's better way to do it?

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Old   February 17, 2013, 04:59
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Use whatever package you are most familiar with. They all work and can export geometry to CFX easy enough.
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Use whatever package you are most familiar with. They all work and can export geometry to CFX easy enough.
And how solve my first problem? (create batch file or software for import automatically and.....)
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That is a solid modelling question. This is the CFX forum. Try looking in the documentation of your solid modelling package.
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