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sya October 22, 2003 23:46

proE to CFX
 
I'm doing a thesis about HVAC. Then I have modeled an office by using pro-e. Now I don't know how to convert the model to the cfx5.6.1 to start a meshing and so on.

Bart Prast October 23, 2003 06:04

Re: proE to CFX
 
You can export an IGES file from Pro/E to CFX or have a direct Cad interface (I think you have to pay for such an additional feature). Iges format works for us and it's free

derrek October 28, 2003 15:19

Re: proE to CFX
 
Are you using BUILD to mesh?

Derrek

sya October 28, 2003 22:08

Re: proE to CFX
 
yes, but until now I still can't do it. could you help me?

Michael Bo October 29, 2003 09:22

Re: proE to CFX
 
Parasolid?

derrek October 30, 2003 15:55

Re: proE to CFX
 
If you have acess to 5.6, have you considered CAD2MESH? It is a new offering from ANSYS, you can have a direct interface to PRO/E...

Derrek

sya November 3, 2003 23:55

Re: proE to CFX
 
I used CFX5.6 but I can't interface CFX with ProE because this function is not included with the license.So I have converted my proE model into iges format.After that, when I imported the IGES model into CFX build, I can't do meshing.

Jeniffer November 4, 2003 17:33

Re: proE to CFX
 
Hi sya,

When you import .iges files, basically no volume element is imported. You have to build Solid in CFX-Build using the imported surfaces.

Cheers,

Jeniffer


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