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Old   January 31, 2012, 12:37
Default Can i open a case file version 13 with a fluent version 12 !!
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Good morning everyone,
i guess the title speaks for itself, i made a case file using ANSYS 13, i need to send that to a cluster running fluent 12. It says that the grid in unvalid. i guess there is a version compatibility. Is there a way to solve this problem.

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for me , I can open case file version 14 with Fluent version 13
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