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Old   June 24, 2008, 01:19
Default a problem about dynamic mesh
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recently I'm doing a simulation about using dynamic mesh,after complieing the UDF function,when I click Load to load the user-defined function library that Ijust compiled,the Fluent told me that : Error: open_udf_library: system didn't find the specified documentation

Error Object: ()

I don't know which step was wrong pls help me thanks!
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Old   June 24, 2008, 17:11
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Wissam Sakr
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Hi Satum, Well i went through this problem when trying to compile a UDF.

I solved it as follows: First i installed Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Second i went to My start menu --> products --> fluent6.1 --> Set environment and accepted to modify environment. Third i opened the microsoft's visual studio command prompt and run fluent from there.

Hopefully you UDF will work now.

Regards, Wissam Sakr.
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Old   June 25, 2008, 01:37
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Hi Wissam Sakr, thanks for your suggestion,i have solved this problem thank you

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