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Old   May 17, 2005, 09:31
Default Trouble reading meshes into Fluent
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I'm also very new to Fluent, so please bear with me. I'm trying just to create and mesh (in Gambit) a simple two-pipe intersection with one of the pipes intersecting the other perpendicularly, and at about mid-length of the one pipe. I put boundary layers on both of the pipes, along their lengths. When I tried to mesh the combined volume, I got an error message saying I needed to turn on internal continuity in both boundary layers. Did that, then meshed the model with Tgrid... everything seemed to be fine. Tried to import it into Fluent and got the following error message. Any help would be VERY appreciated. Thanks.

> Reading "C:\Fluent.Inc\ntbin\ntx86\LVAD 90 w BL.msh"...

8698 nodes.

1249 mixed wall faces, zone 3. Error: read: face 1250, zone 4. Reading Faces: failed while reading section 13.

Clearing partially read grid.

Error: Read aborted due to critical error. Error Object: ()

Error: Error reading "C:\Fluent.Inc\ntbin\ntx86\LVAD 90 w BL.msh". Error Object: #f
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