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Old   March 21, 2007, 15:01
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Sorry if the question may appear trivial, I never used Fluent I currently work with a code reading grids in the format file.msh which should be the FLuent format. I want to use my grid generators for meshing, so I need to change the format to msh. Is there any web page giving instructions about this msh format? Thanks Frank
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Sorry if the question may appear trivial, I never used Fluent I currently work with a code reading grids in the format file.msh which should be the FLuent format. I want to use my grid generators for meshing, so I need to change the format to msh. Is there any web page giving instructions about this msh format? Thanks Frank
I also have a .cas file and need the .msh file to convert the Mesh to OpenFOAM. Shoudn't be too hard, can somebody help us?
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