|December 20, 2012, 18:17||
Converting .gtm mesh for use in OpenFOAM
Join Date: Jan 2012
Posts: 18Rep Power: 5
I currently have a .gtm mesh of a can combustor which I would like to use in openFOAM. I did not create the mesh, it was found on another website. It is not refined quite how I would like it to be and I can easily edit it once in the openFOAM form. I do not have any programs that handle .gtm extensions so this is becoming tricky. If anyone knows a good way to convert this mesh for use in openFOAM I would greatly appreciate the feedback.
Equally helpful would be if someone knows where to find a CAD model of a can combustor. GrabCAD doesn't seem to have any. I could use SnappyHexMesh if I had the CAD model.
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