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clo May 22, 2006 03:37

IGES on turbogrid
 
Hi everybody I'm trying to learn how to use turbogrid, and I wanted to import an IGES turbine geometry on it. Is it possible to do it? Have I to import it in BladeModeler and than export my geometry as turbogrid geometry? Thank you

deLuther May 22, 2006 12:29

Re: IGES on turbogrid
 
I suppose that with BladeModeler (I don`t used it) comes some kind of utility to transfer CAD models to its own geometry. BladeGen (predecessor of BladeModeler) had such utility. This utility located in File->New->Data Import Wizard... Because interface of BladeModeler almost same I suppose that you can find it on the same place...

clo May 22, 2006 12:36

Re: IGES on turbogrid
 
Thanx, I also supposed BladeModeler can help to solve the problem...Do you know if it is possible to save mesh for other solvers other than CFX (for example comet)?

deLuther May 23, 2006 04:35

Re: IGES on turbogrid
 
There is a problem with export to Comet, ICEM CFD not supporting this format. But if ICEM not support it, then Turbogrid especially can`t. Maybe such export will be possible through CGNS format. I don`t now of Comet mesh format support. And related to previous post... I did not say that BladeModeler necessarily has such tool, maybe ANSYS removed it... But I hope not.


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