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Old   January 8, 2011, 12:16
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Hello everybody,

i am new to cfd .i want to solve in fluent.i tried to install gambit but i

am not having exceed available here.so i bought icem cfd 10.0 after seeing

ansys website.after installing icem i found no options regarding mesh export

to fluent.
is it possible to import mesh from icem cfd to solve in fluent.clarify

my doubt.sorry if i am wrong.

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pls suggest me a suitable meshing software for fluent
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it is possible to export and ICEM is good also. output option on the window is d way to export the msh file!!
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