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jopawipr May 26, 2009 04:48

How to import mesh from icem cfd to star cd
 
Hey!
I made my mesh in icem cfd 12.0.1.
Now, i wanna import this mesh to star cd 4.08.
I never did that before and i'm pretty new in cfd programms.:confused:
So maybe somebody can help me!
Thank you very much and sorry for the bad english...
Johannes

nottoforget December 4, 2009 14:40

I have the same problem!
I tried using Icem 11.0 and Icem 12.0
I enter in output>selectsolver-outputsolver - star-cd 3.24 or star or star-4; commonstructuralsolver- ansys]
Then I click write output. In star-cd 4.08 I choose Import grid - ICEM-find file star.inp - apply.
But nothing happens!!
Please give me an advice.

Zeppo September 9, 2012 06:04

Quote:

Originally Posted by nottoforget (Post 238777)
I have the same problem!
I tried using Icem 11.0 and Icem 12.0
I enter in output>selectsolver-outputsolver - star-cd 3.24 or star or star-4; commonstructuralsolver- ansys]
Then I click write output. In star-cd 4.08 I choose Import grid - ICEM-find file star.inp - apply.
But nothing happens!!
Please give me an advice.

With Star-CD being running, open GUIDE-dialog and go right to Import Mesh tab. Choose Srar-CD as a mesh format to import and provide your .cel, .vtr files you've had from ICEM.

jwillie2000 October 1, 2012 07:30

Hello Johannes,

I have a similar problem but it is the other way around for me. That is i have a star-ccm+ or star-cd mesh in the following formats:

.ccm -CD ADAPCO CCM file
.case-Ensight Gold file
.fvuns-Fieldview file
.plt-Tecplot 360 file

Additionally, the pro-STAR based .cel/.vrt format is provided for the report of boundary shells from the current volume mesh region.

Have you tried importing a mesh you created in star-ccm+ into fluent before? Your thoughts would be appreciated.

Thanks!
Jimmy

Zeppo November 9, 2012 16:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by jwillie2000 (Post 384336)
Have you tried importing a mesh you created in star-ccm+ into fluent before? Your thoughts would be appreciated.

I'm pretty sure ICEM can do that.


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