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Old   September 23, 2022, 14:27
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Hi,

I am using pointwise
(Build: Fidelity Pointwise 2022.1 -- Optimized Build 0269090903 (2022-05-09 09:03:00) Linux 64-bit).

I have created a 2D mesh and I am trying to export it to fluent. For some reason only right half of my mesh was successfully exported. The main part which contains the 2D axisymmetric ogive cylinder is not exporting. It's showing face meshing error and that exporting was aborted. I have built a structured mesh. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I have attached the files below.

Thank you.

Update: It is only importing one block of mesh, whereas I have 3 blocks og grid mesh. Any sugegstions please.

Last edited by nc7; September 26, 2022 at 15:10. Reason: type of mesh added
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