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Old   February 16, 2012, 04:56
Default Abaqus mesh to fluent
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Hi guys,

I have created a mesh in Abaqus. In order to have a higher mesh quality, I have partitioned my model. I have than exported the .inp file from Abaqus. If I import that file in Fluent, I'm not able to see the partitions that I have created before in Abaqus. There is a way to give a name to the single partitions in order to have that partitions also in Fluent? I have tried to use the "set" command that I always use to give a name to the boundaries, but after the import I'm able to see only the boundaries names and not the different partitions. In other words, after the import, I have only 1 cell zone.

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