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Old   February 21, 2011, 08:52
Default Error message in FLUENT
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I'm fairly new to ANSYS so bear with me. I've been trying to model a helicopter blade rotating near a wall. So what I've done is basically, developed a blade and contained it inside an cylindrical enclosure. After that I've made another box enclosure to simulate the walls outside. I've created named selections for the relevant sections. I didnt suppress the blade body though. So after all this when using FLUENT to get a solution, I've come across the error that states ' model information file is not compatible with mesh' .

Any idea on what i've been doing wrong?

Would greatly appreciate any tips.

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Old   August 23, 2013, 05:16
Default model information file is not compatible with mesh
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I have the same or at least a similar problem. I created named selections in the DM which I need for meshing. I don't need all of them for the solution though and thus activated "No" in the box "send to solver" for the named selctions not needed. But then I get the same error message "model information file is not compatible with mesh" and beeing asked if I 'would like to match these zones to make model compatible with mesh'
Did you find any solution for your problem? Or does any one else know how to solv it?
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