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Old   July 9, 2009, 04:12
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Hello,
I have one problem when I road the file in FLUENT.
When I use that file in the Window OS, that problem is not coming.
But I use that file in the Linux OS, then I can see above error massage.
That file was made form of *.def in ANSYS CFX.
How can I road that file in order?
Waiting from you.
Thank you.
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I am not sure that fluent allows you to read .def file.
You have to export your .def in .cas file, which is suitable for fluent.
As cfx and fluent belong to Ansys, maybe it is possible to do such export
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I am not sure that fluent allows you to read .def file.
You have to export your .def in .cas file, which is suitable for fluent.
As cfx and fluent belong to Ansys, maybe it is possible to do such export
Thanks for your help. I will do that. Thanks.
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