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Old   February 1, 2007, 04:21
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hai friends

i getting lot of proublems in gambitt meshing,thats why i want to use hypermesh, but how can i convert from hypermesh to fluent , pls can any one help me
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Old   February 1, 2007, 04:33
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Mesh the geometry in hypermesh & export the mesh as .nas file, & import the .nas file into Fluent.
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Old   February 2, 2007, 01:08
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thank you 4 speedu ans nw can u pls tell me .nas means nastran, and if yes, than that file v have to import in which software Gambit or Fluent cos both having .nas import options. If v import it in fluent than it ill take all Boundry condition same as v r used to specify in the Gambit.
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Old   February 2, 2007, 02:42
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the way to do is this , from hypermesh export as either nastran or hypermesh ascii or ideas

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import the mesh into gambit or tgrid and export again into fluent format.

If you are sure of all the boundary conditions in you hypermesh exported file then you can directly use : utility fe2ram -d3 -tHYPER -oRAMPANT inputfile output.msh

this fe2ram utility is used in gambit and tgrid to read the mesh,
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Old   February 2, 2007, 23:18
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if u can specify the b'dry conditions in hypermesh then import directly to fluent,

else import to gambit n then to fluent
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