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Old   November 27, 2019, 11:45
Exclamation Error: face is attached to more than 2 cells
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Hi, i have a domain that i'm trying to fill with unstructured Mesh. I've do the Volume Mesh with the Prism Layer on some Parts. The meshing executes without any errors but when i try to Output mesh to CFX, i get the message:

Running FLUENT V6 Interce ........

Creating a Fluent 3D mesh.
Computing connectivity for 18973070 cells.
Error: face(near node xxxxx) is attached to more than 2 cells.
...."(same error 8 times)".....
Error in computing cell connectivity.
child process exited abnormally

I don't know how to fix this and couldn't find what to do online neither. I'm open to any suggestions and help.
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