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Old   February 6, 2013, 17:02
Default Error while reading Mesh
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I have a problem when I try to read a mesh I created with ICEM.
While in ICEM, I checked its quality and it seemed alright.

If I open Fluent and I read the mesh, I have this log and error :
Reading "xxxxxxxx\fluent.msh"...
22580 nodes.
Warning: Invalid cell type 2. Skipping.
43687 2D interior faces, zone 12.
320 2D wall faces, zone 13.
272 2D periodic faces, zone 14.
272 2D shadow faces, zone 15.
59 2D velocity-inlet faces, zone 16.
59 2D outflow faces, zone 17.
272 shadow face pairs.

meshError: build-grid: null c0 on periodic face.

Clearing partially read grid.

Error: Build Grid: Aborted due to critical error.
Error Object: #f

Could someone help me or give me some advice on how to solve this kind of error or its origin ? :/

I can provide you the .msh file or the ICEM files if you want, just ask.

Thank you.
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