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Old   October 27, 2010, 11:47
Default Compatibility of FLUENT & Hypermesh
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I plan to develop the hybrid (tet + Hex) mesh in Hypermesh and use it in Fluent for simulations. I am aware that this can be done by wrting a NASTRAN file and importing mesh in Fluent. However I want to know the compatibility of Hypermesh with the Fluent especially for the hybris mesh?

Does anyone knows of any known issues of hybrid mesh not working in Fluent?

Will mesh create a problem in running unsteady solution in Fluent?

Please let me know if anyone knows about the issues I might face while running a me generated using hypermesh in Fluent.
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