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Old   September 21, 2009, 11:49
Exclamation Serious errors in Fluent release 12.0!!!
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Since the new Fluent version release, 12.0, serious problems are appearing, mainly related to keep the parallel connection working after a certain number of time steps. We established the connection to 2 different servers; working with fedora and centos, the system starts ok, but after approximately at 1500 or 2000 time steps or sometimes even less, in a transient simulation, fluent stops or blocks and sometimes the window closes without any logical reason. Before this situation with the new release we used the version 6.3 without any inconvenient. We’ve checked also in windows XP and occurred the same situation.
Is it an internal error in Fluent? Someone in the forum has had the same situation with the new version? Any ideas of a solution for this problem…. Thanks for your help!!!!

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