July 1, 2020 at 6:14 pmRaj007Subscriber
I have kept the simulation run on my computer. But it stopped automatically for some reason.
When I open it, I found the error after several dialog boxes "Error: File "R:rundiRed_TC_ST_062820_filesdp0FFFFluentFFF.2-23-00937.dat.gz" not found! Error Object: #f ". So I just tried to rename the older dat.gz file to "FFF.2-23-00937.dat.gz", so that Ansys could understand the read it.
All of sudden, the file went missing. Could you please help me if there is a way to retrieve the dat.gz file. (I have cas file)
July 2, 2020 at 1:21 amKarthik RAdministrator
Unfortunately, there is no way to retrieve the .dat.gz file. The file must have been deleted or replaced by a new set of files during the simulation. The only way to obtain the dat.gz file would be to run the simulation.
Is this a steady or transient simulation?
Did you try to re-run the simulation? Are you always getting this message?
July 2, 2020 at 9:46 amRaj007Subscriber
Its Steady+Transient simulation. Its rare, when the fluent automatically shut down!
July 2, 2020 at 11:37 amKarthik RAdministrator
It is quite possible that something might be causing Fluent to close abruptly before it can save the files. This is why you are losing information. Please make sure that other applications are not interfering with your Fluent run (like the computer goes to sleep or worse a shutdown event is triggered - you would not believe how many of us go through this issue).
Please let us know if this issue is recurring at your end and we will take a deeper look.
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