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pandu May 25, 2011 02:07

An error has occurred in cfx5solve
 
Sir,

i am new to the ANSYS,
I am using ANSYS 13.0
i had done with geometry,meshing using work bench
i had given all the requied data like Domine, boundary, interphase in Fluid flow(CFX)-CFX-Pre.

when i am using solution option in work bench (Fluid Flow(CFX)-CFX-Slover manager). i am getting the Error as follows.

An error has occurred in cfx5solve:

The ANSYS CFX solver has terminated without writing a results file. Command on host pandupc (PANDU-PC) exited with return code0.

Also some warnings like

********* WARNING ********* |
| No control surfaces have been found for the domain interface |
| Interface |
| |
| If you expect this to occur, please set the expert parameter |
| 'ggi permit no intersection=t' to work around this message. |
| |
| Possible setup errors leading to this situation are: |
| 1. An incorrect axis of rotation for a rotating domain or domain |
| interface. |
| 2. A frame change model is used in which there is unequal pitch |
| shapes, or circumferential orientation, but the Pitch Change |
| model is set to None. |
| 3. The transient rotor stator model is used when the geometry |
| does not span 360 degrees and the Pitch Change model is set to |
| None.

please any one give me the solution.

ghorrocks May 25, 2011 06:34

Looks like an interface is not set up correctly. Either one side of the interface has no surfaces or the two sides of the interface do not intersect.

Gabrielcaza August 20, 2012 23:28

An error has occurred in cfx5solve
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ghorrocks (Post 309168)
Looks like an interface is not set up correctly. Either one side of the interface has no surfaces or the two sides of the interface do not intersect.

hello mr. glenn, Im working with a heat exchanger type shell tube with ANSYS V12. My simulation has the same problem:

No control surfaces have been found for the domain interface |
| Interface |
| |
| If you expect this to occur, please set the expert parameter |
| 'ggi permit no intersection=t' to work around this message. |
| |
| Possible setup errors leading to this situation are: |
| 1. An incorrect axis of rotation for a rotating domain or domain |
| interface. |
| 2. A frame change model is used in which there is unequal pitch |
| shapes, or circumferential orientation, but the Pitch Change |
| model is set to None. |
| 3. The transient rotor stator model is used when the geometry |
| does not span 360 degrees and the Pitch Change model is set to |
| None.

I checked the domains of the interface, and they are connected. I would like to know what other things I can check, and if its possible to give me your email so that I can send you my simulation. Or, I could share the document with you via dropbox. Either way would be perfect.
Thank you for your supportting.

ghorrocks August 21, 2012 19:35

Please do not PM spam me with duplicates of stuff you have already posted on the forum. It is very annoying.

The error message is quite clear - your GGI is not matching up. I do not have time to find it for you, you need to have a closer look at your setup to find it.

Gabrielcaza August 21, 2012 20:24

An error has occurred in cfx5solve
 
Thank you for your quick reply. Best Regards


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