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Old   March 3, 2003, 00:18
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I am trying to build a 2-d modeling for the cylinder problem. In order to differ it from the 2-d plate probelm, I treated it as Axisymmetry in Solver, how ever after initializing, and solving, the error information occured: " No positive volume exists".

So my question here is " technically in 2-d geometry, how can treat the rectangular geomatry as it in cylinder configuration?"

Thank you so much!!!!
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Old   March 3, 2003, 01:18
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gang,the pipe or the rectangular are 3D,you can not deal with them use 2D model.
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