|September 7, 2012, 15:04||
Why does my .msh file work on FLUENT but can't be imported into GAMBIT?
Join Date: May 2012
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I have a .msh file that reads perfectly fine on FLUENT. The same file can't seem to be imported into GAMBIT. GAMBIT gives an error:
Process completed with Error code 256.
On the command prompt, the following messages appears:
Warning: Degenerate line element ####:node0==node1 (0).
The #### indicates THOUSANDS of different line element numbers, ranging at least up to line element 3586496.
I created the mesh file using "ScanIP", which has an option to generate a FLUENT .msh file. I presume that the same file should be able to be created in GAMBIT... What's going on here? Is there something that I'm missing? How can I fix it?
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