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Old   August 20, 2011, 21:33
Default Modify hexa/polyhedral mesh only from a .msh file
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I have the mesh of a complicated geometry in .msh folder (only a single .msh file). I need to refine the grid (Consisting of hexahedrals and polyhedrals). Can someone please tell me how do I import this mesh in icem?

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Old   August 22, 2011, 21:17
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ICEM CFD does not support editing of polyhedral mesh...

I am not actually aware of any interactive mesh editor for polyhedral mesh...

I just did a google search for "polyhedral mesh editor" and did a quick scan but didn't find anything. If you find anything, let us know.

In the mean time, we usually just edit the underlying tetra/hexa mesh and then convert it into polyhedral inside Fluent.
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