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Old   November 9, 2006, 20:59
Default How to export structuremesh from ICEMCFD to fluent
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siyu
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Can anyone tell me, how to export structure mesh from icemcfd to fluent. I tries a lot, but failed.

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Old   November 9, 2006, 21:40
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hi

1.save the mesh and go to OUTPUT. 2.select the FLUENT solver with version. 3.Click on write input(file window will come) 4.select the mesh file which u want to export and click open. 5.export window will come, u can enter the name in the column of output file. 6.the file will be saved in .msh format.

i think now u can export easily.

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alex

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Old   November 10, 2006, 01:11
Default Re: How to export structuremesh from ICEMCFD to fl
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Just remember that Fluent doesn't know or care about structured meshes. In Icem Hexa you need to convert your structured pre-mesh to an unstructured mesh before you export it. You can't save it as a structured mesh for Fluent.

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