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Old   April 5, 2007, 15:23
Default error in meshing
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Ankit
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i just installed gambit2.2.30. while exporting the *.msh file it says "ERROR: continuum or boundary condition on edge.4 is invalid for fluent 6" when i use fluent5/6 as the solver but not when i use some other solver...... also i didnt have this problem when i used earlier version of gambit2.04...

plzzzzz helppppppp
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Old   April 9, 2007, 05:36
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just try changing the boundary to wall for example and see if it reads it.

what kind of boundary is edge 4 just now? are you sure it can be used that way in fluent?

YOU MIGHT HAVE e.g. SET EDGE TO WALL IN 3D MODEL WHERE ONLY FACES SHOULD BE WALLS.
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