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Old   September 5, 2022, 06:55
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Hi guys I'm doing Ansys CFX 2022 R2 tutorial, chapter 14 (Flow in an Axial Turbine Stage) with student version that can be downloaded freely on the ansys website.

I just follow the tutorial and i didn't make any mistake.

But every time i try to do "14.6 - live monitoring of the solution in CFD - post", it always became like a picture I've attached.

also I read OUT file, i cant find what is the problem.

What did i do wrong?
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This generally means that the simulation completed correctly, but when the solver was moving the contents of the temporary directory used by the solver into the working directory (to write the res file and other output files) it failed. This probably means the res file is not there.

Possible reasons include you ran out of disk space, you don't have permissions to write in the working directory or less commonly a network glitch.

If you cannot figure out the reason please post your output file as that may include some clues.
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i tried to upload my OUT file but file size is too big so i'll leave google drive link here

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1l81...ew?usp=sharing
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Old   September 5, 2022, 19:06
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In future please trim the out file so it is small enough and upload it to the forum rather than using third party sites.

There is nothing in there which suggests why you did not get a results file. So please check the comments I previously made (that you have enough disk space and correct permissions to write in the working folder). Note that you have written a lot of trn files so include the size of these files in your assessment of whether you ran out of disk space.
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