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Old   October 9, 2013, 10:29
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Hello together,

I've been trying to solve a CFD simulation using Fluent. I've done the 2D mesh in the Hypermesh and then I've tried to generate a 3D volume mesh in TGrid to be able to solve the model in Fluent.

I've exported the 2D mesh in .hmascii and .bdf file to try to import in the Tgrid, but for both files when I try to import I get this message:

Warning: no nodes read

I don't know what can I do to solve this problem. Strange is that with the same files a friend of mine can generate the 3D mesh in his Tgrid.

Did anyone have the same error or know what I can do to solve this to be able to generate the 3D mesh?

Thanks in advance! =)

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