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Old   November 23, 2015, 22:35
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I use Autodesk inventor as 3D CAD solid model. Autodesk Inventor can export directly *.ipt geoetry file to ANSYS by ANSYS Icon on their menu bar. There is no problem to import geomery and make mesh and setup in ANSYS CFX. But there is an error message " Stopped in routine MEMERR" when I run the CFX solver.

Details of error:-
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Error detected by routine PEEKI
CDANAM=/LPNQ/DB/NREG
CRESLT=NONE

Current Dirrectory: /FLOW/REGMAP

+=========================================+
*****PROBLEM REPORT **********
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Subsystem: Input and Output
Subroutine name : ErrAction
Severity level : Fatal Error
Error message number: 001100279
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Message:
Stopped in routine MEMERR
+=========================================+

Is there any option that I can solve this problem in Basic Geometry Options or Advanced Geometry Options?

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Old   November 24, 2015, 06:27
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This problem occured, when you have too large model to your RAM memory. The basis options is following:
-try to increase memory allocated factor in advanced option of CFX solver,
-use more processors to divide your model to smaller parts, it relive your memory RAM
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when you post more of the error message, we could tell you which memory is not enough e.g. real, integer, etc.
You could just set '2x' in the memory allocation settings for the solver for the respective memory.
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Old   November 24, 2015, 19:24
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Thank you very much Maxim. I found an error that was caused by language. ANSYS doesn't seem to like non-English one. Other thing was "colour" from Autodesk Inventor. It should be deleted.
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