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Posted by stephane gad at February 28. 2013

Bonjour,

Est-il possible d'importer le maillage généré par SAlomé (.univ, .med, etc)  sous Fluent,

Merci infiniment

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Hello,

Is it possible to import the mesh generated by Salome (. Univ. Med, etc.) in Fluent

Thanks for all!

Re: importe salome mesh to fluent

Posted by stephane gad at March 01. 2013

no idea !

Re: importe salome mesh to fluent

Posted by William Tougeron at March 01. 2013

Hello

Here is a tutorial which explains how to do such things, but you need OpenFOAM (the conversion "path" is: Salome -> OpenFOAM -> Fluent).

http://hmf.enseeiht.fr/travaux/projnum/content/g18-2012/export-vers-fluent-ou-starccm

I did not test it with Fluent but with STAR-CCM+ it worked well for me.

Best regards

William

Re: importe salome mesh to fluent

Posted by stephane gad at March 01. 2013

Thanks William for the link !

so it's not possible to importe directly the salome mesh in fluent! damage!

I'will try this method :)

Re: importe salome mesh to fluent

Posted by Naveen Hariprasad at October 16. 2015

Hello guys,

My name is Naveen Hariprasad. I am a new user of salome. I imported my mesh from salome to openFOAM to fluent. I am trying to mesh a multiple domain. For example one volume has aluminium and one volume has water. . But, while imported into fluent, it shows it as a single volume. Hence, I am not able to able to apply the physics into the respective volumes. Is there any way to make multiple volume meshes so that I have seperate volumes to apply these ? 

Regards,

Naveen Hariprasad

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