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Old   January 19, 2005, 06:02
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Ted Crilly
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hello star cd users,

another question,

i've got a large model 1.3M cells and upon running the mesh check facilities, the tool reports back that i have the following warnings/errors

27 cells faces found that are both in a couple and connected to another cell, these errors must be fixed before connectivity check can continue


13 cells found that seem to reside inside other cells

i think both these problems are related?

has any user got any advice for me, so that i can correct these errors and run my model

thanks for any help

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Old   January 20, 2005, 01:59
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u delete the couple related to the connected cell, and rucn check again,

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Old   January 20, 2005, 10:13
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Ted Crilly
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thanks sankar,

i managed to delete the problem couples and generated the geom and problem files, the model appears to be running fine,

do i need to worry about some warnings when generating the geometry file,

if there is only a handfull of warnings it should be okay to ignore them?

thanks again

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