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Old   October 21, 2018, 12:15
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Hi All,
I am trying to extract results on multiple surfaces (500+ surfaces). If I name each surfaces during meshing then my solution is taking very long time to converge.
If I name all surfaces together with a single name and separate the surfaces in fluent after convergence, I am unable to save both case and data file, only case file is saving and I am seeing following error in console



Datashipper_insert - normalized key of 852 out of range [0, 99]


How can I resolve the issue since I need all 500+ surfaces for post-processing, I am using CFD-post for postprocessing.


Thank you in advance
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