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Old   January 13, 2011, 19:50
Default TurboGrid export geometry after meshing
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Hi Everyone,

I am asking for help for Turbogrid. Is there a way to the export e.g. the inlet or hub surfaces which are generated after the meshing was completed? (The original inlet and hub geometries are changed by ATM optimized topology.)
So I am not asking how to export the orginal inlet, hub, etc, but those modified after meshing.
It seems to me there is no simple way to export those geometric data other than exporting the whole mesh e.g. to Icem, then recreate the geometry from the mesh.
It is a bit annoying, because those would be just some simple point data and I need to leave workbench in order to extract them...but if you have some ideas please share!
Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

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