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Old   August 3, 2002, 23:37
Default Importing mesh files from Ansys into Gambit
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Srinivas
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Hi, I am not able to import mesh files(geometry with mesh) from Ansys to Gambit. In Gambit,in the import mesh files from Ansys option, it is asking for files with extension .FDNEUT, or .ans. In Ansys there is no option to export the files with an extension FDNEUT or ans. I would be very thankful if anyone can solve my problem. Thank you Srinivas
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Old   August 5, 2002, 13:45
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Evan Rosenbaum
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I've never tried this, so I'm only guessing, but I think you need to write a netural file from ANSYS using the CDWRITE command.
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Old   August 6, 2002, 10:02
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Loganathan
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hai,

Evan Rosenbaum is right.Long back, I used cdwrite to export the file from ansys. The file will be with *.cdb expansion. It is called archive file in ansys.

Loganathan.E

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