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Aloise December 5, 2006 07:04

How to import gtm-file into icem?
 
Hi,

I have a gtm-file, that can be read in cfx-pre. But I need to modify the coordinate-axis direction and the names of the mesh-surfaces.

How can I reimport the gtm-file into ICEM V10 to make the modifications?

Thanks, Aloise

Robin December 5, 2006 10:15

Re: How to import gtm-file into icem?
 
Write a def file out of Pre, then load the def file into ICEM CFD. Just create a dummy domain to do so.

-Robin

Aloise December 5, 2006 14:09

Re: How to import gtm-file into icem?
 
Thanks,

I did it that way, but I thought there must be another one.

-Aloise

Aloise December 5, 2006 14:17

Re: How to import gtm-file into icem?
 
Now I`m importing the def-file via file-import mesh-from CFX5 But do you know what "Set face parts from": BC Patches or Surface means?

The entry in the helpfile didn`t help me a lot.

-Aloise

Robin December 10, 2006 20:24

Re: How to import gtm-file into icem?
 
There are two types of 2D regions in the def file, the boundary regions and your mesh regions (which may or may not be used for the boundar regions). The dialog is simply asking which you want to appear in ICEM CFD.

-Robin


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