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Old   November 16, 2004, 00:09
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RAJURAMAIAH
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Hi everybody,

Here is one more question from my side, I want to know which Pre-processing software is more compatible for CFX,. How about GridGen

CFX-CAD2

ICEM CFD What is the procedure to export the models from these softwares and what is the format of file.

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RAJURAMIAH
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Old   November 16, 2004, 04:14
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SAM
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ICEM is most suitalbe

and now it is owned by CFX

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Old   November 16, 2004, 16:17
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Glenn Horrocks
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Hi Rajuramiah,

CFX-Pre will accept a wide range of mesh formats so you can use just about any meshing package to generate a mesh for CFX. I have trialled Gridgen to generate meshes and it works fine, however I found ICEM better for what I was doing so we went that way instead. Most meshing packages will let you trial their software for a time to try it out. This way you can find out for yourself what is best for you.

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