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Old   April 6, 2008, 10:46
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Dear all, I've made two meshes in Icem CFD Hexa. I've merged and export it to CFX. When I try to run it the message is as follow:

ERROR 444000026 has ocurred in subroutine PartMain_Info The follow domain was not succesfully partioned: Domain 1.

No overlap vertices exist in this domain and this is not supported by the flow solver yet. Change to a different number of partitions or use a different partiotioning method. This error can by bypassed using expert parameter

accept non overlap partitions = T Note that this option is currently a beta feature

In my CFX I don't have this option, some Idea ???


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Old   April 6, 2008, 22:33
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Try the CFX's advice and write in the CCL. This's not avaliable in GUI, you should use a text editor.

Write this:


accept non overlap partitions = t END END

You should check mesh on ICEM to verify non-overlaping faces and vertices.

Regards Kostetzer
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