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Old   October 10, 2011, 05:10
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hi everybody, i have an important question... i would like to import a mesh from Nastran into star-ccm because i need a particular type of mesh. So, i used the node Representation-Import-Replace surface. And now begins the problem: Star-ccm gives an error: unrecognaized command, ReimportCaeSurface.
Can you help me???
Thank you very much....
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Old   October 11, 2011, 17:13
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The import representation is a representation of your current geometry, no invitation to try something strange. And it is a surface representation, so you can't replace that surface representation by a volume mesh!
Go to File-Import-Import CAE Model, then you can import your Nastran mesh.
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