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Old   October 16, 2013, 10:54
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Dear friends,

I am new user to Numeca. I would like to compare the ANSYS CFX results with Numeca. For the comparison i would like to use same mesh which i used for ANSYS with *.gtm format.

Suggest me the way to do it...

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Old   October 21, 2013, 05:25
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Hi,
When you generate an IGG mesh project in Numeca, it normally generate a *.CGNS file and saves it in your destination folder.
You can easily open CFX and import this *.CGNS file.
Another way is to export your mesh as *.msh file (Fluent mesh format) and again import it to CFX.
Be careful to define the boundaries correctly in CFX!

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