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Old   October 22, 2016, 16:21
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Hello,

I've got a problem when i try to export my 2D mesh in cgns format.
The error is :

The mesh file exporter failed during translation. Please send your data to your support provider.

I've succeeded saving my mesh in msh format without any problem and i can't figure out where the error comes from.

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Old   February 16, 2021, 02:44
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I am experiencing same issue.Do you have any progress ?

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Old   February 18, 2021, 11:57
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Hello,

You can try opening the .msh file in ICEM and exporting it to CGNS format. I have done this before and haven't encountered a problem.
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I solved it. For 2d ,the problem is the intersection of x axis and mesh.That is , if you have negative coordinated node values at y axis mesher does not export and give error.Solution is simple.You should translate geometry upwards(+y direction). You may build geometry at origin;however ,during meshing some negative y coordinates created.
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I solved it. For 2d ,the problem is the intersection of x axis and mesh.That is , if you have negative coordinated node values at y axis mesher does not export and give error.Solution is simple.You should translate geometry upwards(+y direction). You may build geometry at origin;however ,during meshing some negative y coordinates created.
Interesting! Nice fix.
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