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Old   September 3, 2016, 19:25
Default Error while reading CFD Post file exported from FLUENT
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I have a simulation of a simple tube with supercritical water, and in low heat fluxes and low temperatures I can export the solution data to CFD Post and open it with no problems. When I run the same simulation but change the boundary conditions to high heat fluxes and resulting in higher temperatures (close to 900 K), I export the data again to CFD Post but when I try to open them it gives me this error:

File "file name" does not exist or is not readable.

I'm completely flummoxed by this weird error, I can't seem to find the root of the issue and I can't find a similar situation online. Any help is appreciated.


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