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Old   October 30, 2010, 11:30
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I have a complicated geometry created in Pro/E that I cannot import without distortion in CFD-GEOM. So I am planning to use another software to do that.
Pointwise can import the drawings all right and can mesh it properly.

The problem is.... can I import a mesh generated in pointwise to ACE+? I see some common formats.. but am not sure if they will work.
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