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Old   February 17, 2006, 04:52
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Dears, hi,

I was trying to model a cylinder of dia. 4m and height 5 m. its having holes of 7 mm by 7 mm on its periphery. if i create this model and mesh it , once i read it in fluent, it shows the following error..

error access : unbound variable error objective : phase domain ?

how to avoid this error. Further it has following error also ...

number of nodes read does not match number referenced

Please if someone can help in this issue. THANKING YOU .

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Old   February 18, 2006, 06:44
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Muhammad Shakaib
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Probably there are more than one faces(or edges) for a single face. Therefore the unnecessary faces should be deleted before exporting in Fluent.
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