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    • Sorte
      Subscriber
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      Good afternoon,

      I'm not able to simulate in refine mode. The simulation does not advance further than the progress visible in the attached figure. Could you help me please? 

    • Devendra Badgujar
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Sandra Sorte

      I will check it on my end and get back to you. 

    • Sorte
      Subscriber

      Hi Devendra ,
      Thank you very much

    • Sorte
      Subscriber
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      Hi Devendra ,
      I successfully simulate the "mixer tee fluid solid thermal" example in Refine mode.

       

      For my case study, I replicated all the steps from this tutorial - https://discoveryforum.ansys.com/t/p8hx1nb (including part 2), and the problem persists. The simulation does not progress.

      Have you had the opportunity to check out my case study? I re-attach the dsco file.

      • Devendra Badgujar
        Ansys Employee

        Sandra Sorte I am working on on this, the simulation is taking longer to progress. I will update you soon as possible. 

        Regards.

      • Sorte
        Subscriber

        Devendra Badgujar I can already simulate in refine mode. 
        I don't know what I did to get past the previous error. But I can't see the results, it gives me the following error.
         



        How can I get around this problem? I want to visualize the streamlines and direction field.

      • Devendra Badgujar
        Ansys Employee

        Sandra Sorte 

        Thanks for the update.  I will need to check the logs to investigate the problem further.

        Can you please send the following '' logs '' folder. Type %temp% in Windows Search and locate Discovery folder and find the latest session. Then grab the entire “logs” folder within that session directory and send.

      • Sorte
        Subscriber
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        Devendra Badgujar can find the logs folder attached.
        Thanks in advance for your help.

    • Devendra Badgujar
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Sandra Sorte

      It seems you are using 2021 R2 version. You can try this in the latest version of Discovery 2022 R1 and check. I am also running this case in the latest version, but was getting the mesh error as it seems that the small features were not getting captured due to current fidelity settings. I will try changing the fidelity settings to capture the small features and will get back to you once it solves.

      I am also checking with the team on this and will update you once I get more information.

      Regards.

    • Devendra Badgujar
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Sandra Sorte

      You will have to use local mesh controls only where you need to like here in the regions having small features. You must have at least 2-3 cells per small gap to capture those regions. Ideally you'd want more but will take more time to solve.

      Please try doing this and let me know if this helps.

      Regards.

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