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Old   December 19, 2012, 14:20
Default Batch mode ICEM CFD parametrization problem
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Hi to everybody,

I'm tryin to run a parametrized computation through Ansys workbench 14.0 using the batch mode. I did it all the same as in the video under the following link:

When I'm doing it through the interactive mode, everything's running smoothly and the mesh previously having been made in ICEM transports to workbench. When I change to the batch mode and generate the mesh again, it shows me this erro:

error writing file.\hex.uns:
error openin file.\hex.uns: permission deniederror opening file.\hex.uns:Permission deied while executing ...........

To mention that of course I've first changed the mesh to unstructured and then transported to workbench.

Does anyone know what the problem can be?

Thanks in advance,
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