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Old   February 7, 2014, 22:45
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Hi

I import my blade CAD data created in solidworks into Design Modeler, then link it to Turbo Mesh in ANSYS workbench. When I try to click on edit in Turbo Mesh, the error below occurred.

"The upstream blade geometry could not be retrieved. Please verify that the Export Points feature is specified correctly."

I have no idea on how to solve the error. This is the first time I use ANSYS workbench to create mesh in Turbo Grid and I think I might do some wrong operation. Can anyone advise?
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Old   February 16, 2014, 17:58
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I met the same problem. Can someone explain?
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Old   November 29, 2016, 03:44
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I have the same problem when I import my blade created in Design Modeler, to Turbogrid.
Does anybody have an idea?
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Old   April 7, 2018, 13:39
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Hello,

I encountered the same problem. Hi

""I import my blade CAD data created in solidworks into Design Modeler, then link it to Turbo Mesh in ANSYS workbench. When I try to click on edit in Turbo Mesh, the error below occurred.

"The upstream blade geometry could not be retrieved. Please verify that the Export Points feature is specified correctly."

I have no idea on how to solve the error. This is the first time I use ANSYS workbench to create mesh in Turbo Grid and I think I might do some wrong operation. Can anyone advise?""

Did anyone solve it? Please help.
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Old   April 7, 2018, 13:43
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Hello,

I encountered the same problem. Hi

""I import my blade CAD data created in solidworks into Design Modeler, then link it to Turbo Mesh in ANSYS workbench. When I try to click on edit in Turbo Mesh, the error below occurred.

"The upstream blade geometry could not be retrieved. Please verify that the Export Points feature is specified correctly."

I have no idea on how to solve the error. This is the first time I use ANSYS workbench to create mesh in Turbo Grid and I think I might do some wrong operation. Can anyone advise?""

Did anyone solve it? Please help.
You can edit geometry in blade editor and create turbogrid files. after that you will be able to do it.

Watch youtube tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Qmm9sKQaFc
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Old   April 30, 2020, 06:22
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I met the same problem when I link DM to turbogrid. The error shows: update failed for the turbo mesh component in turbogrid. the upstream blade geometry could not be retrieved. Please verify that the Export Points feature is specified correctly. The license is V15, someone said it works with v19. Does anyone know how to deal with it?
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Hi

I import my blade CAD data created in solidworks into Design Modeler, then link it to Turbo Mesh in ANSYS workbench. When I try to click on edit in Turbo Mesh, the error below occurred.

"The upstream blade geometry could not be retrieved. Please verify that the Export Points feature is specified correctly."

I have no idea on how to solve the error. This is the first time I use ANSYS workbench to create mesh in Turbo Grid and I think I might do some wrong operation. Can anyone advise?
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Old   May 7, 2020, 22:48
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Hi, I finally find how to solve it. This error always takes place with lower version of ANSYS, like v15. After you dealing with the geometry in BladeEiditor, you must click the coin "Export Points" whose symbol is a line with points on it... then you choose the geometry you want to be exported to the turbogrid and it is Ok then.

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I import my blade CAD data created in solidworks into Design Modeler, then link it to Turbo Mesh in ANSYS workbench. When I try to click on edit in Turbo Mesh, the error below occurred.

"The upstream blade geometry could not be retrieved. Please verify that the Export Points feature is specified correctly."

I have no idea on how to solve the error. This is the first time I use ANSYS workbench to create mesh in Turbo Grid and I think I might do some wrong operation. Can anyone advise?
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Old   January 14, 2021, 01:59
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Hello all friends
your answer is here
1. First U must go change priority license in ANSYS Workbench "design modeller" to "Blade Editor".
2. Second U must transfer and rotate your geometry blade in position with these properties:
a) surface of chords of shroud and hub must place in "XZ" face.
b) blade must place in far from "Z" axis
c) hub of your blade must be parallel of "Z" axis
d) place of blade must be in positive situation of all axis.
3. third U must create "Flow Path" for your blade in this way:
a) create plane middle of blade parallel "XZ" face
b) create sketch project from blade on that plane
c) create large rectangular that coincidence edge with hub and shroud of blade on other command sketch but in created plane
(Optionally)d) create constraint that no make problem in change geometry parameters
4. create "export points" from your "blade" and your "Flow Path"
Its OK.
You are ready for go in "Turbo Grid".
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