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san February 2, 2006 00:02

how to import a *.msh file to CFX
 
Hi,

to all CFX users.

i want to import a *.msh file to CFX-Build. (It's a meshed file in gambit) can any one Suggest me how to do it.

with regards san


Camilo Costa February 2, 2006 08:14

Re: how to import a *.msh file to CFX
 
Is very simple!!

In gambit choose Fluent 5/6 in solve. You need set all boundary conditions and seting all domains type (fluid or solid). Save your file with extension *.msh. Go to Icem 10.0 or 5.1 and go to: File -> Import Mesh -> From Fluent.

Read your file tha have extension *.msh.

Lot of fun!

jemteo February 2, 2006 20:07

Re: how to import a *.msh file to CFX
 
Camilo took the words out of my mouth =)

Camilo Costa February 3, 2006 07:05

Re: how to import a *.msh file to CFX
 
What meaning this? I donīt understand this expression!

"Camilo took the words out of my mouth =)"

Fogive my bad english?


siv February 13, 2006 11:59

Re: how to import a *.msh file to CFX
 
jemeto also wanted to say the same if am not wrong :)


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