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Creo simulate - Nastran mesh- + pressure-import

Creo simulate - Nastran mesh- + pressure-import

Creo simulate - Nastran mesh- + pressure-import

Hi Community,
with a step file and an existing fitting Nstran blk file (exported from an CFD simulation), i would like to import and use the given mesh and pressure values. The blk file hase the node-data, element-data and pressure-data.

After i started the "FEM Mode" by "operations", th nastran mish will be imported by the command "Nastran Deck". After this action i can look at this mesh, but not save or use for my simulation.
To my questions
1. Can i use or save the given nastran mesh, which i will import by the blk file (this mesh would actually fit over my step-geometry perfectly)ich das
2. In this given blk file, i can see with the text editor that the pressure values for each element is existing, but how can i get it into my creo solver?

Thanks a lot,
BR Martin

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