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Default circumferential pressure profile on outlet -> error when writing results
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I defined a simulation in CFX 12.0.1 including an outlet condition with mass and momentum options 'Average Static Pressure' and 'Circumferential' as type of the pressure profile at the boundary face. Since the face is not centered on any global axis I defined a local coordinate system at the centroid of the outlet face in CFX-Pre. The z axis of this coordinate system is used as axis for the bands of the pressure profile.

The solver (on amd64 platform) runs fine until any (intermediate) results are to be written. The solver run finishes with following error message:

Error detected by routine PEEKI
CDANAM=/FLOW/GETVAR/GEOM_DIR/KZifBcp
CRESLT=NONE
Current Directory = /FLOW/SOLUTION/TSTEP328/CLOOP1/ZN1/BELG1/IP

Same error occurs when using the parallel global Z axis or a 'two point'-axis.

I also checked it with option 'Average Over Whole Outlet' which gave no errors.

Can anyone confirm that problem?
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