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tdbbz May 7, 2012 21:19

Mesh setting
 
Dear all,

I am new for Fluent. I am currently working on IC Simulation for Canted Valve Engine Using Hybrid Approach, the tutorial comes with ANSYS.
However, correct decomposition is required. Meanwhile, the specific mesh for different zones is needed. Can I edit mesh in Fluent?

Thank you so much in advance!

Tianao

felicemastronzo May 8, 2012 07:57

mmm in Fluent it is possible to divide the mesh but it'is very hard. The best solution is to import in DesignModeller/Ansys Mesher your model...this softwares are much better than Fluent in order to change the mesh.

I hope this is what you need.

F

tdbbz May 8, 2012 10:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by felicemastronzo (Post 359910)
mmm in Fluent it is possible to divide the mesh but it'is very hard. The best solution is to import in DesignModeller/Ansys Mesher your model...this softwares are much better than Fluent in order to change the mesh.

I hope this is what you need.

F

Thanks a lot for your reply,F!

What I have for now is .msh file only. It seems that I cannot open this kind of file in DM because the files come with tutorials, which means it has been meshed by others. Any idea in this case?

T

felicemastronzo May 9, 2012 03:42

Quote:

Originally Posted by tdbbz (Post 359950)
Thanks a lot for your reply,F!

What I have for now is .msh file only. It seems that I cannot open this kind of file in DM because the files come with tutorials, which means it has been meshed by others. Any idea in this case?

T

Try to import it with the Ansys mesher tool....
F


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