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Old   May 12, 2006, 06:49
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fanzhong Meng
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Hi, everyone I have a question to ask and need to be help!! Thanks in advance!!

I use the cluster to do the parallel calculation. When the calculation is finished, I copy the final ".cas" and ".dat" files to my own PC. When I try to open the files with my own PC, I can not do it. But i can open them by using the cluster that I used to do the calculation! I think the result file should be write! I really do not know why!

Does anyone can help me ?

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Old   May 12, 2006, 12:33
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anyone who knows the method to solve this problem, please help me. I am very urgent! thank you!
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Old   May 15, 2006, 10:57
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nobody knows the reason?
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Old   May 15, 2006, 11:26
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Post the error message.
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Old   May 15, 2006, 11:40
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hi this is the error message: Error: %%open-udf-library: wrong type argument[1](string) Error Object: ()

farfeild_wall

outlet

inlet

symmetry2

symmetry1

default-interior

interface_blade_surrounding

bottom

tip

blade-suction

blade-pressure

default-interior:0

interface-outer

wall-18

wall-19

fluid

fluid:0

interior-9 Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 1) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

grid interfaces,

shell conduction zones, Done.

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 1) (profile "" ""))

Error: Set_Thread_Variables: wta(real) Error Object: ((constant . 0) (profile "" ""))

Error: FLUENT received fatal signal (ACCESS_VIOLATION) 1. Note exact events leading to error. 2. Save case/data under new name. 3. Exit program and restart to continue. 4. Report error to your distributor. Error Object: ()

I didn't use any UDF during the calculation
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