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Old   August 6, 2009, 09:31
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This was a simple question to many, i was having only mesh files for some designs and i have to modify it for some work, i have to get dbs file format out of msh file, Will it be possible ? Or to open msh file in Gambit.If yes give me some step by step approach. Thanks in advance. CFD groups cheers.
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Old   August 11, 2009, 04:39
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Hi,

You can import a mesh file in Gambit : File>Import>Mesh... and then chose the right solver, 2d or 3d and browse your mesh file. If you want to change the geometry you may have to delete the old mesh before.

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Hi,

You can import a mesh file in Gambit : File>Import>Mesh... and then chose the right solver, 2d or 3d and browse your mesh file. If you want to change the geometry you may have to delete the old mesh before.

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Thanks for your answer but after the details of mesh, it need gambit,fluent5/6, etc what i have to opt in that part, thanks once again
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I don't really understand what you mean but:
- if you talk about the option before importing the mesh under Gambit then choose the solver you used before
- if you talk about the option after remeshing your geometry, then choose the solver you'll use.

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