May 11, 2022 at 8:58 amsamir.sidSubscriber
I am interested in using poly-hexcore meshes generated in Fluent meshing to perform OpenFOAM CFD simulations but, unfortunately, I could not find any way to export Fluent meshes in .msh ASCII format (input required by the fluent3DMeshToFoam mesh conversion utility).
So far, I managed to successfully export and convert meshes generated in ANSYS meshing and I would like to do the same for meshes generated in Fluent meshing. Does anyone know if/how Fluent meshes can be exported to .msh ASCII files?
SamirMay 12, 2022 at 3:12 pmRKAnsys EmployeeHello Samir,
To write the mesh in ASCII format, in Fluent meshing, File --> write --> mesh and uncheck write binary files
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