How can I import the deformed mesh that is generated as a result of a moving/deforming mesh calculation in CFX into ICEM CFD?
Tagged: 14, fluid-dynamics, General, icem-cfd
March 17, 2023 at 8:58 amFAQParticipant
1. Rename any transient results file that contains mesh, for example 110.trn file to 110.def file 2. Load 110.def file into CFX-Pre, then write out a new def file called something different, such as 110pre.def 3. You can now load this 110pre.def file into ICEM CFD (File>Import mesh>From CFX), and it should have the deformed mesh at the timestep selected.
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