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Old   December 14, 2001, 18:57
Default exporting a structured Y mesh from GAMBIT
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Toni
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GAMBIT STRUCTURED MESH QUESTION:

How can a hexahedral mesh of a Y pipe be exported as a structured i-j-k ordering from gambit (so I could utilize Fluent4)?
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Old   December 17, 2001, 14:14
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Open the 'Solver' panel from your main menu and select Fluent 4 before you export the mesh.
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Old   January 7, 2002, 21:17
Default Re: choosing "Fluent4" from Solver panel
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Thank you for the reply. Of course I tried choosing Fluent4 from the Solver panel and exporting ... several moons ago ... only to get the following message: No i-j-k ordering could be found for the grid. Gambit does make you wait for half an eternity while spitting out the first leg of the three legs in the Y-pipe.
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