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Old   June 9, 2013, 11:22
Default Solver Error... (Solution step)
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I'm practicing CFX.
And I'm trying to analyze the Magnus effects on sphere.

I finished Geometry, mesh, setup.
After those steps, I tried to solve it (Solution).

* Solver Settings
Solver - run priority was high.
Run definition - calculate it by double precision.

But it was failed, causing errors below

* The CFX Solver for system Fluid Flow(CFX) did not produce a results file. Detailed inforamtion can be found in the output file for the run.

* Error interpolating results onto the new mesh: C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v140\CFX\bin\winnt-amd64\double\solver-pcmpi.exe
exited with return code 1.

How can I solve it??.............. Please help me guys..

P.S I attached the ouput file code..
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File Type: txt Error_Output.txt (14.9 KB, 16 views)
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Old   June 10, 2013, 22:24
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The error message says the interpolator is having a problem setting up your initial condition. Did you mean to interpolate from an initial condition? If not switch this option off.
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