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Old   January 28, 2011, 07:11
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I'm using ICEMcfd 12.1 and I would like to export my mesh to a GIS (Geographic Information System) software like Arcgis.

Can you help me to find the right way to export this kind of file (with points, shape and lines) in ICEM ?


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I am not familiar with this Arcgis software, so I didn't respond earlier, but since no one else has either, I may as well give my 2 cents.

You need to find a middle ground... A common format. Look at the list of formats Arcgis can import and look at the list of formats ICEM CFD can export and try to find a match... You may even find several matches. STL or VRML are likely candidates.
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