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Old   July 16, 2005, 09:18
Default Help for ICEM CFD - urgent
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Hi fiends,

I want to know whether the ICEM CFD, software for mesh generation, can be used without loading the Ansys Workbench?

Can somebody tell me wether i can use ICEM for mesh generation like CFX 5.6 Build which i am using presently? Do we need to have different settings to ICEM?

With regards Tuks
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Old   July 16, 2005, 10:35
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What OS you're referring to? We use ICEM 5.1 without workbench as we're running it on SGI. Refer to your installation manual for details. It shouldn't be a problem. I think if you type icemcfd under your ICEM directory, you should be able to load it straight away.
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hi. it's easy i always use ICEM without workbench. workbench needs different modules to work like icem,cfx,etc but icem can work without that.
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Old   February 8, 2010, 04:32
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I use ICEM CFD Hexa without the workbench (thank God, the workbench crashes on me if I do a little bit out of the ordinary).

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