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sham April 12, 2006 10:32

Multiple Frames- Explicit (error #099)
 
Hello erverybody, I have a question regarding Torque converter analysis. I have taken one sector from each of 3 components (Impeller, reactor &turbine). I have applied Inlet & Pressure boundary conditions at each component ends. And coupled these boundaries by regions. I tried to solve with explicit Multiple frames. For some reason it is giving Error #099. Please read following messege what I see every time I try to give a run.

*** ERROR #099 *** TANGENTIAL AREA > .005% FOR CELL 8960 FACE 2 TANGENTIAL AREA, TOTAL AREA, PERCENTAGE: -8.518357E-10 1.206000E-05 -7.063312E-03

It would be great, if someone could help me with this matter.

thanks

sham


John April 18, 2006 06:34

Re: Multiple Frames- Explicit (error #099)
 
In explicit multiple frames, the coupling boundaries should not have area component in the tangential direrction. In your case, it seems not too bad.

You can either correct your boundary mesh a little bit to make sure there is no tangential area or simply set Real Constant 68 to 1 to ignore the area check.

sham April 21, 2006 09:23

Re: Multiple Frames- Explicit (error #099)
 
Thank you john it is working

bsbalachandran June 9, 2006 01:29

Re: Multiple Frames- Explicit (error #099)
 
hello sham!

i am just going to start the torque converter analysis using starcd. since i am a new user to star cd, could u able to help me the procedure how to proceed.

if u have any particular tutorials please reference me..

with regards bala

Ashok Barik June 9, 2006 05:07

Re: Multiple Frames- Explicit (error #099)
 
Two phase flow in a channel.


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