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Old   February 13, 2019, 07:44
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While going through an almost identical build process as my last geometry I found that when I went to meshing it gave me the error attached.

"PlugIn Error: No valid bodies found for 2D Analysis in the following parts: Surface Body"

So I went and checked what was different between this geometry and my last one that worked fine and the only difference I could see was the icon for Surface Body was now wavy instead of a box (surface body attachment).

I followed my previous steps to the letter, this time I just had more projections splitting the domain into more pieces. I can't find anything online about the differences between these two Surface Bodies and why one doesn't mesh.
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