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Old   January 1, 2021, 09:19
Default mixing plane and Particle tracks error
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Hello and happy new year to everyone,

I am trying to simulate Particle tracks in a Rotor-Stator setup where I use the turbo mixing plane model to connect the rotating and the steady mixing plane.

My problem is, that every time I want to calculate either particle tracks or streamlines I get an error, mostly this one:
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'Error at Node 0 (or any other number): Error getting the barycentric matrix in ensure_point_is_in_subtet' 
but Sometimes something like 'Unknown Cell Type' or something with graphics also appears.

I have also tested with the two other turbo-models pitch-scale and no-pitch-scale, here the same error appears. However, if I do not select any special option for the interface in the turbo-create menu, I can generate particle tracks or streamlines without problems.

If someone has an idea why this is happening, I am grateful for any help.

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