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Old   September 26, 2012, 08:46
Default Trying to import a star-ccm+ mesh into Fluent
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Hi Everyone,

I am looking at the possibility of creating a mesh in star-ccm+ and then importing it into Fluent. Any one on this forum with an idea of how that can be done? Is there a format i could store it in to enable me to bring it into Fluent? Your thoughts and suggestions would be highly appreciated.

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It depends on the type of cells in your mesh. If you have hex, tet and prism only, with 1 by 1 connectivity you can use Nastran Format.

Otherwise use star4toFoam and then FoamToFluent.
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