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m5edr February 5, 2012 00:14

Error msg: In Analysis 'Flow Analysis1 : No domains have been defined
 
I am try two suggested method
1- Define firstly a Domain and comeback to Cfx setup --->the same massage appears again

2-also Iam try to import my mesh externally but another error massage appear

Please help

jdt February 5, 2012 07:59

Could you please tell us some more information about your approach? For example, did you use ANSYS Meshing to mesh your geometry?

m5edr February 5, 2012 09:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by jdt (Post 342795)
Could you please tell us some more information about your approach? For example, did you use ANSYS Meshing to mesh your geometry?

I am built my geometry (wind Turbine blade) in DesignModeler(Ansys12) then meshed it in Ansys12 meshing then I sholud open Cfx setup to set the B.c and I.c but didn't find the geometry (Error appear here)

jdt February 5, 2012 14:52

Is your geometry 2D or 3D?

What icon is shown next to the mesher box in Workbench? Is it a green tick?

m5edr February 20, 2012 09:17

I discovered that i should work with Ansys fluent not CFX , thanks any way


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