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Old   August 13, 2009, 22:02
Default Two Ways FSI: How I can Export the Deformed Mesh back to the SolidWorks
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I am doing FSI simulation of valve and at some point CFX can not move the mesh any more and I receive negative element error.
I was thinking of re-meshing and interpolating the old results into the new mesh and go on but to do this I have be able export the deformed structure to the CAD software.
Does anybody know how I can export a deformed geometry to CAD program (for example solidworks)?
The simplest way could be creating an IGES file but I don't know how to make it.

I appreciate your help.
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