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Old   June 4, 2014, 23:48
Default meshing along a curve,error occured in fluent
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Hi everybody,
I want to mesh a curved tube in ICEM CFD, firstly, I mesh a 2D face, then extrude 2D to 3D along a curve. If I don't choose 'orient axially', the mesh will deviate from the geometry. But If I choose 'orient axially', the mesh is fine. When I import this mesh to Fluent, error occured,'no face with given nodes, thread 10, cell 4125, clearing partially read grid.' The attachments show my work.
If somebody knows how to handle this , please gvie me some tips.
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error, icem 14.0, orient axially

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