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Old   November 23, 2015, 21:13
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Hi

I have generated a mesh using Pointwise V17 R2 for a 3D wing. I am using T rex cells in the volume, close to the wall. After the initialization is complete and boundary conditions set, upon CAE export, nothing really happens.

I have tried CGNS and .CAS formats as well, however I get a " Unable to allocate memory error".

My mesh has a resolution of 12 Million.

Please advice.

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Old   November 24, 2015, 12:18
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Ranjan:

How much memory do you have on your workstation? I just made a 12.5 million cell T-Rex grid and exported it as an ANSYS Fluent .cas file. That used 1.7 GB of memory.

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