|January 31, 2012, 22:29||
ERROR: ...No Domains have been defined
Join Date: Jan 2012
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I am new to Ansys and have probably a very basic question.
I am attempting to run a 2D CFX simulation through workbench. I Have created the geometry and used ansys meshing to do a quick mesh. Now when I try open up CFX-Pre I get an error message "ERROR: In analysis 'Flow Analysis 1': No domains have been defined." and the mesh will not open.
I am confused because I know how to define a domain in CFX pre when the mesh imports however without it importing how am I meant to define domains?
Any help is greatly appreciated.
|February 3, 2012, 07:35||
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Hello there, I would suggest that after you are done with creating the geometry and the mesh save the project in some directory 'x'. Then when you open CFX-pre just go to file>import>mesh and then import the file from directory 'x'. It should open easily then. Also I would recommend you to start using ICEM for geometry creation and mesh development as its more user friendly and also good for editing your mesh. Thanks
|July 31, 2012, 03:17||
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Location: Berlin, Germany
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Addendum to what bratzinger said...not only do not use ä,ö,ü in the projectname...BUT do NOT use ANY special Signs in the WHOLE Path!
I had similar problems when I wanted to open a file located in smth. like:
and it gave me a similar error just because I had a Folder "Gebäude" containing the folders where my files are stored. I think this is valid also for all other language specific symbols or symbols like %, & and so on....Therefore I now name my files and folders only with standard alphabet and "_" as a separator/space. Because when I use " " (blanks) as space I get problems on unix/linux machines.
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