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prayskyer December 18, 2006 21:58

Does Ansys workbench can import .cdb file as load?
 
Hi:

i export some temperature and stress to .cdb files in CFX.

And i want to use the files as load in Ansys workbench,

can i do it successfully?

thanks in advance!!!~~~

prayskyer December 20, 2006 00:41

Re: Does Ansys workbench can import .cdb file as l
 
is there anyone help me or give me some advise~~~

thanks a lot~

fredcab66 April 20, 2010 03:23

same problem
 
I have the same problem.
I would like to import a .cdb file ( from fluent) in workbench , is it possible?
information : it is a 2d problem , i juste want to import pressure on a edge.

Thanks!

Fred

stumpy April 20, 2010 15:39

Something like the following Command Snipet in WB should do it:


/PREP7
/inp,filename,sfe
/SOLVE

fredcab66 April 20, 2010 15:48

Thanks Stumpy for your reply .
I will try it !
thanks again!

Fred

fredcab66 April 24, 2010 07:24

Helo stumpy ,

I have tryed a lot , but i con't import load .

Could you explain more your solution please?

Whant kind ( and extension) of file can i import?
Where do i generate this file ( cfd post, fluent)?

I tryed the export from fluent in cdb, but i failed , the Snipet was not enough readable.

thanks again!

cheers

fred

Ohbuchi April 26, 2010 01:43

If you mentioned about cmdb (Meshing) not cdb (Mechanical APDL), you can import by File->import.
If your cmdb file contains CFX-Mesh data created by release 10, you should import by release 11 first and save as release 11 data.


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