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Old   January 16, 2013, 05:00
Default NUMECA crash during mapping
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Hello all,

I am working on an FSI problem. I want to map the pressure output of the CFD calculation onto the FE mesh from ANSYS. I have generated a FE mesh and write it by using the CDWRITE command as a .cdb file. I am using this cdb file as the input in NUMECA/outputs/ANSYS. Unfortunately, NUMECA crashes when it reads the input file and gives the error which I posted below. I am working with Linux but the same problem occurs with windows too.

Did anyone have the same problem before?

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WARNING: ANSYS VERSION 14.0.3 IS NOT SUPPORTED (> 8.0)!
TRY TO READ THE FILE
STOP THE READING ONLY IF A PROBLEM IS DETECTED
At line 282 of file _src/_FEmodel-interaction/ReadANSYS.F
Fortran runtime error: Bad value during integer read
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