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Old   July 10, 2017, 14:27
Default Segmentation fault on PEMFC model addon/ Ansys Fluent
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hello, everyone.

This is Ryan Lee. I want to ask some questions about the PEMFC model in Fluent.
I am following the instruction from the ANSYS official overvie on Youtube.
But many errors appear during process.

For now I made the mesh for single channel PEMFC and loaded PEMFC model on Fluent software.

I saw 2 errors.

1.
Error: GENERAL-CAR-CDR: invalid argument [1]: improper list
Error Object: #f


2.
Error: received a fatal signal (Segmentation fault).
Error Object: #f



For error 1, it shown up when I specify parameter at the model. when I click ok, it appeared.
I heard that if I set all parts as fluid material, i can avoid the error.
So after setting all geometry as fluid, it didn't appear further.

But after finishing setting boundary condition up and then running the calculation, error 2 shown up.
And there were no results about the run.

Do you have any idea about the error 1 and 2?

And 1 more question, for the anode and cathode flow channel, I made hexahedron geometry, not just face. And set as flow channel zone. Is this right way to do that?

Thank you in advnace.

I am very new about Ansys. Please understand my not enough knowledge.
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