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Old   September 27, 2011, 00:35
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Hi,

I have a .ipt file modelled using Autodesk's Inventor 2011, Can anyone advise how I can import this file to ANSYS FLUENT?

Some of the methods I have found so far are:
1. Submit to Gambit first to create mesh, then export to FLUENT.
2. There is supposedly a direct automatic integration between Inventor and FLUENT.

Thank you!

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