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Old   June 4, 2010, 12:33
Default null domain pointer - opening a gambit mesh
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Your forum has been of a great help for me, ever since I started using fluent two weeks ago, however, I did this mesh that I have already checked on gambit for quality and it has a very good quality, but when I exported the mesh and tryed to open it on fluent it gave me this error:

warning: inappropriate zone type (interior) for one-sided face zone 26. Changing to wall.
Warning: inappropriate zone tyep (interior) for one-sided face zone 5. Changing to wall.
Cell centroid is xc -0.212418 yc -1.389475
Warning: no face with given nodes. Thread 2, cell 240465
Error: Build_Grid: grid error. Clearing partially read grid.

Error: Null domain pointer

Error Object : #f

if you can help me figure out what is going on there I would really appreciate it... the fluent path seems a long one right now..

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