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Old   July 31, 2013, 16:05
Question Which input file format can be used to import geometry
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Hi friends,

I am new to ansys workbench and have a problem to carry out my project. Please excuse me if the problem is silly.

The problem is, I am given set of .geomTurbo files with specified geometry profile of rotor. The problem is we cannot use Numeca and my professor has asked me to use these files in other format and use Bladegen or Geometry Component systems in Ansys workbench.

Since I am new, I do not know, to which format I shud change the given file. I am attatching a screen shot of the file.

It will be very helpful if someone can help me out.

Excuse me if the problem is very silly or easy.

Thanks a lot.
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