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Old   July 28, 2016, 04:53
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Hello, Everyone.


I make mesh, and such an error occurs when I am trying to smoothing process (smooth hexahedral mesh orthogonal).

Would you tell me that is considered to be the cause of what.


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an internal error has occurred :
can't read "test_smooth(fams_attr, 0, NACA64A210_1)": no such element in array while executing
"set val $test_smooth(fams_attr,$i,$part)"
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Usage environment is ICEM CFD 16.0 Academic.
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