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Old   August 28, 2021, 08:39
Default OpenFOAM Axis-symmetric mesh to Fluent
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I have been trying to export a axis-symmetric mesh I did using cfmesh into Ansys Fluent. I have read many forums and many proposed ideas but not one which actually solves the issue.

Cfmesh has really nice boundary layer tools and my mesh is completed, but I can't find a way to import it to Fluent, help!
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