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Old   November 22, 2017, 13:30
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How to get tetrahedral connectivity (3D) and Triangular connectivity (2D) from ICEM ?
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Dear friends:

I ouput the mesh in fluent mesh format or fidap format.
fidap format is very easy to read and understand.
you can understand the fluent mesh format in fluent's user guide.
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