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Kieran Hood December 14, 2006 13:33

Importing Meshes from ANSYS
 
Hi, Does anyone know if there's a way to import meshes made in ANSYS (FLOTRAN) into CFX-PRE? If not, which is the easiest way to create a simple mesh for CFX? (So far as I know the only related programs on the uni workstations are HyperMesh, I-DEAS and ANSYS)

Any help would be much appreciated, Its hard doing modeling work when you don't have a mesh. Thanks, Kieran

Glenn Horrocks December 14, 2006 17:04

Re: Importing Meshes from ANSYS
 
Hi,

CFX-Mesh is very easy to use. Do the tutorial and you will be meshing simple geometries in only a few minutes.

Glenn Horrocks

myron December 15, 2006 10:11

Re: Importing Meshes from ANSYS
 
You could try a CDWRITE command from Ansys to see if CFX will read the Ansys input (.cdb file).

Zoran Karabaic December 18, 2006 04:53

Re: Importing Meshes from ANSYS
 
I use, gambit, GiD and qork fine. I'm used to them from fluent so that's why I use them


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