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Old   December 8, 2010, 14:27
Default HI need import .gtm file to Fluent or Gambit?
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Hi I have a problem we got some results from CFX code and company sent us grid but is in .gtm format. I am not familiar with CFX and need import this to Fluent or Gambit is any chance to do that or must be a new file with different extension? I am putting this post here because you guys are expert in CFX.
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I am not a fluent user, so I have no idea if ANSYS gave it the capability to import gtm files. But if you have the CFX def/res file you can pull that into icem and output into what format you need. Also you could use FE modeler to do the same thing.
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You can also do file translations easily in WB. Set up a project with a CFX node and a Fluent node. Import the gtm file into the CFX node and connect the setup to the fluent node. Then, by some sort of magic, you will have your mesh in fluent.
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Too bad we cant use that same sort of magic to place a DM node and a Mesh node...voila!
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You can also do file translations easily in WB. Set up a project with a CFX node and a Fluent node. Import the gtm file into the CFX node and connect the setup to the fluent node. Then, by some sort of magic, you will have your mesh in fluent.
What is WB?
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You can also do file translations easily in WB. Set up a project with a CFX node and a Fluent node. Import the gtm file into the CFX node and connect the setup to the fluent node. Then, by some sort of magic, you will have your mesh in fluent.
Hmm any chance to get working CFX ? or different somebody can translate this file for me from gtm to gambit/fluent ?
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You can also do file translations easily in WB. Set up a project with a CFX node and a Fluent node. Import the gtm file into the CFX node and connect the setup to the fluent node. Then, by some sort of magic, you will have your mesh in fluent.
I tried this today i want to convert a gtm into msh for fluent, i didn't work i get this error:
This transfer is not valid. Expected mesh type
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