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Old   March 12, 2012, 12:12
Default How to import file.msh in fluent, back to icem cfd as file.prj
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hie all,
I made meshing in icem cfd and project file extension was .prj .
after converting is to fluent file extension became .msh .
I altered the .prj file and the file with extension .msh in fluent is saved as before.
I want .msh file which is in fluent back to icem cfd. How can I import the file ??


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.prj file contains the general information of the geometry, block, mesh and etc, but not the detailed for meshes. NEVER rename the suffix of the file name, to open in another module.
You can import .msh file of FLUENT into ICEN CFD thru. File/Import Mesh/From Fluent.
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