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Neus November 30, 2005 06:35

How to export mesh from ANSYS to ANSYS-CFX?
 
Hi, after few year with ANSYS, my company has just bought a new license for ANSYS 10.0 together with ANSYS-CFX. I have just started to work with this CFX program but I have encountered already problems with mesh import. How do I export a mesh from ANSYS to ANSYS-CFX? Help menu from this program gives several import options but none from ANSYS! Is that then possible?

Thanks a lot!

Neus- still a naive user

Chebeba November 30, 2005 16:58

Re: How to export mesh from ANSYS to ANSYS-CFX?
 
You save the mesh as a .gdm file from CFX-Mesh, then go into CFX-Pre, Create new simulation, File > Import Mesh... Open the .gdm file.

Too simple ;-) ? /C

rajit November 30, 2005 23:43

Re: How to export mesh from ANSYS to ANSYS-CFX? *NM*
 

rajit November 30, 2005 23:46

Re: How to export mesh from ANSYS to ANSYS-CFX?
 
save the model with mesh in ANSYS as nodes and elements.then in CFX-pre click the mesh tab and select the import options u shud see ANSYS there select tat.then the select the mesh file and say import. it shud wrk out.

once u define the physics then create the .res file it will store the mesh file.gtm in the same name as ur simulation.

thanx

eslam December 8, 2005 05:21

Re: How to export mesh from ANSYS to ANSYS-CFX?
 
Hi Dear I can import the mesh file to CFX but in CFX I have one structure like block and I haven't area for bondary condition discription, do you can tell me how i can import the geometry from the ansys? thanks

mahdi57 September 8, 2010 04:23

Help
 
I have "eslam" problem. I've imported the ansys mesh to CFX-Pre, but this is a block and I can't defin boundary condition. Please help me.

m.shahverdi@gmail.com


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