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Old   May 16, 2020, 18:25
Default AVL FIRE Ese Diesel Simulation Running Error
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Hello Everyone;

I am using AVL Fire Ese Diesel module. When I was working with the program, first of all, I adjusted engine parameters and piston movement specification and generated 2D mesh, simulation parameters which are run mode, boundary conditions, fluid properties etc.. But when I started simulation in the attached JPEG file came to screen. How can fix this problem? Please help me for this error.

Thanks for yours.

I figured out this problem. I think, If you encounter this problem you should give access permission to your AVL Suite from windows firewall.
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