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Old   March 16, 2006, 23:42
Default Is it possible to open CFX10 def file in 5.7.1?
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Rans
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Hi,

I had a definition file created in ANSYS CFX10. I urgently want to solve this def file in 5.7.1 because the older machine didn't have V10 and the new machine is currently under maintenance for 2 weeks.

When I open this def file in Pre5.7.1, I get a long list of error messages and the physics etc are all blank. Is it possible to repair this file in order to run in 5.7.1?

Thanks for help.
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Old   March 17, 2006, 00:35
Default Re: Is it possible to open CFX10 def file in 5.7.1
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According to my perception you cannot run it.It is always progressive it wont go backward.You can run a definition file created in CFX 5.7.1 to run in CFX-10 but not the other way around.

Sorry mate, Good Luck Regards, Rajit

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