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Old   September 13, 2004, 20:26
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Arnab
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Hello,

I have this small problem in running tutorial 11 of star-CD version 3.2. Can anyone tell me what is the problem and how to rectify it so that I can run the model. This problem arises when I quit and save session and i write "star" on the terminal to run the simulation.

the error message is :

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*** ERROR #240 *** 1 MASTER FACES AND 0 SLAVE FACES REMAIN UNMATCHED

CHECK MOVING GRID COMMANDS, OR CHANGE AREA TOLERANCE FACTOR (RCON 12)

CURRENT TOLERANCE FACTOR: 0.20000E-01

CHANGE TO AT LEAST 0.25000

VERTEX DATA WRITTEN OUT TO "moverr.vrt"

PNP: Shutdown [2004-09-13-19:23:09] Execution aborted by request (SIGABRT) after 13 seconds (TOTAL ELAPSED TIME).

mesolv%

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will be waiting for someone's help.

Thanks,

AB
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Old   September 14, 2004, 03:13
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Piet
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oh man,

CALL SUPPORT
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