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Old   July 20, 2009, 14:50
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Hi everyone,

I'm looking for a software which be capable of making hybrid meshes and it can export meshing information in a straight forward format (i want to call this output file in matlab). and another important thing... it also specify "local number" and "global number" of nodes. does ANSYS do these?

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Old   July 20, 2009, 15:35
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ICEM CFD supports hybrid meshing and can output in over 100 formats. It is likely that one of those formats will be in a format you could use.

For more specifics on these output formats...

And got to the Output interfaces... At the bottom of that page you will find a table of supported solvers.

You can click on each of these to get info about the format.

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