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Old   May 8, 2007, 21:24
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I ran into a unqiue problem today. I am running a windows CCS HPC, and when I try to use the Fuse function in 6.3 it looks like it attempts to fuse them together but it never combines the interfaces and make an interior. I can take the same cas to an older version 6.2 and run it on a Basic Windows XP machine and it will fuse fine. Has anyone seen this, I used tmerge to combine the file before reading in and fusing. I am somewhat new to my job, I used Fluent on Unix and it worked fine, but the company does not use unix it has a CCS HPC set up. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks Cory
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