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Old   June 16, 2009, 23:07
Default Automation of mesh generation
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I am trying to do the following,
  1. Create model in Catia.
  2. Save as *.igs format
  3. Import it in Gambit and Mesh it and save in Fluent format
  4. Reading mesh file in Fluent 6.2.23
  5. Analyzing it then creating output file.
  6. Reading output file in notepad and check for a parameter.
  7. If the parameter is not good then changing the geometry in Catia and repeating the steps from 2 to 7.
This I am doing manually now and I want to automate this procedure. I am having only one problem:
"Step 3: Import geometry in Gambit and Mesh it and save in Fluent"

What is the command for doing this job.
I am having the journal file which would do it.
I tried /gambit ... [in <file id>] [-jou <journal file name>]
This is not working. Is this command correct?

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Old   September 19, 2009, 20:07
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I have the same problem, ┐could anyone help us?


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