Can we export SolidWorks Simulation mesh files in other software. If yes kindly send me the step to export.
Simulation tab > Export
Then choose the 'flavor' you want to write out. The FEM can be exported, depending on your solver used, but some entities cannot.
Thank you very much .
I got the steps thank you so much. If you know about Flow Simulation please let me know.
Oh, you didn't specify or tag "Flow Simulation". Maybe you should clarify that in your original posting.
I have posted separate post for Flow, I haven't received any inputs on it. Even simulation helped me.
Thank you very much.
The export options are limited. The X, Y, Z, cell center locations and cell volumes can be exported as a .txt file using the following option....
Hope this helps
Can you please give me the step by step I am not able to create it.
why do you want to export the mesh? If you are trying to use it in another flow code you better understand what flow sim mesh is: it is a cut cell, also know as immersed boundary representation. It is not a body fitted mesh which may not be suitable for what you are contemplating. But then again maybe you know that.
I have a idea that it cannot be exported as it is not body fitted mesh,but It was one of our customer requirement. Customer is using FLowtherm and Fluent. I posted if their is anyway we can do. he was even asking if it is possible on notepad.
the latest version of Flowtherm I believe uses the same technique as they own EFD.lab which is Flow Sim by another name. Flowtherm was a cart code of the body fitted type but was a total pain in the you know where to mesh anything with a curved boundary. You might ask your client if he/she knows what they are really asking for - many times they want to look at it, the mesh, to make a judgement call on the quality of the analysis and if they are not familiar with this type of code and many conventional practitioners are not, they may not understand what they are looking at and the implications on quality - there is no B'layer mesh to speak of. This typically freaks them out a bit. The mesh is a big deal in other codes but not so much in this one because of the cut cell approximation coupled with the wall and turbulence models.
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