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Old   May 11, 2003, 19:42
Default How to deal with this error?
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Hello. When I read a Gambit mesh file into fluent, the fluent shows following sentences:

Error: access: unbound variable Error Object: phase-domain?

I tried hard to solve these problems, and failed. Is there somebody who could give me some ideas. Thanks a lot.

(By the way, the above errors seem not to hinder the model solving, I could get some results although I don't know if these results are right at present)
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Old   May 11, 2003, 23:22
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I found the problems,it is very weird. Among my boundaries, two B.C. are Wall. If I define them in Gambit, I will meet above problmes when I input the mesh into Fluent. If I just leave them alone, i.e. not define the two walls in Gambit, everything will be O.K. when the mesh is read into Fluent. I still not understand the reason since the default B.C. is wall if not defined.

However, above problems seem not to block you to solve the model.
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