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CF August 18, 2006 03:27

Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
Hi!

I made a hybrid mesh with Gambit. Solving the case with Fluent didn't work, so I'm trying to solve it with CFX instead. I don't want to generate the mesh all over again. Can I somehow import the Gambit file into CFX?

deLuther August 18, 2006 04:29

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
It can be done by using ICEM CFD, at least. (if you have fluent .msh file or case)

CF August 21, 2006 00:19

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
Hi!

Thank you very much. It did work using ICEMCFD. I don't know why I didn't think of that before!

Saturn August 21, 2006 00:57

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
Hi,

You can export ANSYS format from GAMBIT.

BR, saturn

Michael B August 21, 2006 03:39

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
http://www.cfd-online.com/Forum/cfx_...cgi?read=13315

Robin August 21, 2006 09:13

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
Hi CF,

The easiest way is to export the mesh in CGNS format from Fluent. This can be read directly into CFX-Pre, including regions. You'll need to redefine your physics, however.

Regards, Robin

Omer August 28, 2006 05:47

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
Works really well,if you open .msh file in FlUENT. Initialise it, and export it as Patran Neutral. Now read in CFX


NH September 23, 2006 17:59

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
Hello Michael, How do I generate axisymmetric geometry for CFX?

NH

Michael B September 25, 2006 02:14

Re: Importing Gambit files into CFX
 
that's worse. Since CFX is a 3D code, you have to have one layer of thickness in the 3rd direction, and then applied symmetry conditions on these sides. I think there is a CFX tutorial convering that.


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