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Old   July 17, 2006, 06:34
Default How to export multizone uns mesh from icem to cgns
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Does anybody know that how to export multizone mesh from icem cfd to .cgns format for unstructeded grid?i have made three zones in icem and i am exporting it as a uns for cgns.When i am viewing this cgns file in adf viewer it only gives me one zone.Why yhis has happened ,can anybody tell me?
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Does anybody know that how to export multizone mesh from icem cfd to .cgns format for unstructeded grid?i have made three zones in icem and i am exporting it as a uns for cgns.When i am viewing this cgns file in adf viewer it only gives me one zone.Why yhis has happened ,can anybody tell me?
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