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Old   April 27, 2010, 08:59
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Hi all!

I have a problem: I have modified my mesh in Fluent converting it into polyhedra (just for resizing it!) and now I would like to export the modified mesh (in .msh format, for example) from the this new case file!

Is it possible? Does anybody know how I can manage this?

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what do you want to do with this .msh file?
If you have gambit, you can try this (not sure it works, but you can try...)
Import your case file into Gambit (Import/Fluent), and then re-export in .msh
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