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Old   December 9, 2015, 01:22
Default Problem on using overlap mesh models in 2-D models
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Hi, everyone!

I'm recently solving a wedge dropping problem by using overlap mesh models. This is quite similar with the tutorial case:"DFBI: Lifeboat with Overset Mesh"

My goal is to simulate that a wedge drop into the water. I make it in 3-D successfully , whereas failed in 2-D models.

I know "VOF waves" and "DFBI" cant be used in 2-D physical models. So i deleted them and used "an initial distribution of water" and "Translation Motion" for each replacement.

However, in 2D case, when i click on running, the system always told me that

" Rigid Body "Wedge" not initialized
Command: RunSimulation
error: Server Error "

Anyone ever know this?? Appreciate it very very much!
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