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pankos April 12, 2011 11:43

convertion of openfoam .msh file to fluent
 
How can i convert the .msh file which used by openFOAM and which had made by gmsh mesh generator to FLUENT mesh input file. I have made some meshes in gmsh and i cannot input them to fluent.

Fabio_77 April 13, 2011 09:51

foamMeshToFluent which converts the OpenFOAM
mesh into Fluent format and writes it out as a .msh file.
The resulting mesh is written out in a fluentInterface
subdirectory of the case directory,
i.e.<caseName>/fluentInterface/<caseName>.msh

panou April 14, 2011 03:09

foamMeshToFluent is a simply converter or part of openfoam? where can i download it from? Can i run it by windows?

Fabio_77 April 14, 2011 04:07

foamMeshToFluent is a simply command in openFoam

refay2006 December 21, 2015 13:30

foamMeshToFluent
 
Hi Panou,

foamMeshToFluent is a command in OpenFOAM that will convert the meshing in OpenFOAM format to be in a meshing in Fluent format and it is a part from OpenFOAM.

You have to have OpenFOAM on your Linux system to run the command. You will need extra work on windows to install OpenFOAM and use the foamMeshToFluent command.


Thanks,

Amr,


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