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The procedure of converting a Fluent .msh file is first to create a new OpenFOAM
 
The procedure of converting a Fluent .msh file is first to create a new OpenFOAM
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case.  This can be accomplished using FoamX, as described in section 5.3.2 or by copying requisite files from a tutorial case.
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Then at a command prompt, or from within FoamX, the user should execute:
 
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(see also Chapter 6.4.1. at the User-Guide)
 
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This utility does not work on Gambit meshes.  See [http://openfoamwiki.net/index.php/GambitToFoam GambitToFoam] for more information.

Revision as of 18:36, 11 April 2007

The procedure of converting a Fluent .msh file is first to create a new OpenFOAM case. This can be accomplished using FoamX, as described in section 5.3.2 or by copying requisite files from a tutorial case.

Then at a command prompt, or from within FoamX, the user should execute:

    fluentMeshToFoam <root> <caseName> <meshFile>

where <meshFile> is the name of the .msh file, including the full or relative path.


(see also Chapter 6.4.1. at the User-Guide) This utility does not work on Gambit meshes. See GambitToFoam for more information.