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heidar February 15, 2012 07:53

Ansys fluent why?
 
sirs/madams

i want to change from fluent to ansys fluent, for to be according the time. if i use ansys fluent, could i use gambit for its mesh feeding?
or i must choose new meshing machine?

mali28 February 15, 2012 11:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by heidar (Post 344556)
sirs/madams

i want to change from fluent to ansys fluent, for to be according the time. if i use ansys fluent, could i use gambit for its mesh feeding?
or i must choose new meshing machine?

You can use Gambit to create your mesh. Ansys Fluent 12, 13 support the mesh file made by Gambit.

heidar February 15, 2012 16:17

good
 
it is very good we could use gambit to prepare mesh and use Fluent from the bench mark of Ansys to solve the fluid flow in mesh
veryy good


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