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Old   June 5, 2007, 10:08
Default Gambit, Matlab & generating a neutral file ".neu"
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Hello,

I am a student in mechanical engineering and as a part of my studies, I am willing to model with Matlab a heat transfer within a pipe, crossed by an air flow. I would like to mesh this pipe (2D mesh) and I know that it can be done thanks to Gambit (or even Fluent maybe?) with a neutral ".neu" file, by exporting it. This is why I am posting there, I guess that someone here might know how to do so? I mean what is the process to follow to create such a file from those sofwares? By the way, have you ever done something like this? Is this the good path to follow, to edit with Matlab this .neu file in order to get a mesh? I thank in advance very much everybody who can answer to my many questions.

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François
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Old   June 5, 2007, 11:04
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what u exactly need, some priory generated mesh or recipe for mesh generation with Gambit (not fluent, fluent is solver),

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Old   June 5, 2007, 11:14
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Thanks for your answer. Actually what I need is an array with all the points from the mesh, to model it in Matlab. I know what Fluent is, but there is a similar function in it to transfer datas in files like excel,... But thank you anyway, I hope you will be able to answer my question!
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Old   June 5, 2007, 11:42
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Well actually I've just found the answer, at first I just forgot to generate the mesh for a generic solver. good luck to all of you with CFD
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Old   May 9, 2013, 01:41
Smile Could you help me with related with .neu file to matlab
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Well actually I've just found the answer, at first I just forgot to generate the mesh for a generic solver. good luck to all of you with CFD
Hi:
I have the same problem as yours. I have export .neu file from gambit. How can I import it into matlab? Could you help me? If could send me a matlab code, I will greately thanks for your help. My email: 1402891092@qq.com
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