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Al Mazdeh April 2, 2008 15:15

ICEM for CFX
 
i JUST RECENTLy recived a license for ICEm

i LIKE TO MESH with icem AND then BRING IT IN TO cfx pre

WHEN i CREATED MY MESH IN icem after saving it, I didn't get the readble mesh file by cfx pre

as u know the format acceptable by cfx pre for ICEM is *.mesh

but when I SAVED IT in icem, it only created *tin, uns and prj file what is wrong?

hp_c360 April 2, 2008 15:30

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
Maybe you should try to select CFX as your solver in the "output to solver" menu. You could set up your bc there, too. Then: Write your output! hth...

Marek April 3, 2008 07:23

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
You have to select solver (ANSYS CFX in your case) and write output from ICEM CFD not just save ICEM CFD format (*.uns).

Al Mazdeh April 3, 2008 14:51

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
I did exactly what u said but I do not see any file being written. So what is the problem?

It is writing this massge in that small box window

oading C:/Program Files/Ansys Inc/v110/icemcfd/win/icemcfd/output-interfaces/cfx5.bcinfo Solver ANSYS CFX supports unstructured mesh.

Marek April 3, 2008 16:44

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
Be sure that in the window is written: "Done with translation". If not, something is wrong with your mesh and first you have to fix or repair it. No input was made. If everything is OK and translation was done, *.gtm or *.cfx5 input was written.

Al Mazdeh April 4, 2008 13:23

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
thanks a lot I have got it in CFX-

now there is another problem - the mesh created in ICEM doesn't have any regions It came in as a single unit so I DO NOT KNOW HOW i CAN DEFINE MY b.c.S

THANKS FOR replying my emails

Usman April 4, 2008 17:51

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
Hi Al Mazdeh

You will have to create parts in ICEM to define BCs in CFX-Pre. Easiest way to learn it would be to go through a tutorial.

Usman

sivaramakrishnaiah April 5, 2008 06:32

Re: ICEM for CFX
 
ok your using cfx-11,or cfx-10 in cfx-11---press it outpt mesh enter in that one window willcome in that two options will put 1st options put ansys,2nd that one put ansys cfx. after that save mesh . ok


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