t3d error no. 42 - surface 0 does not exist

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Gianka72
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t3d error no. 42 - surface 0 does not exist

Post by Gianka72 » Tue Nov 24, 2020 9:53 am

Good morning,

I created a new 3D general geometry problem, where I have a cube with a number of cavities inside it (piles).
When I run the mesh maker I get the error no.42 which tells about a t3d internal error due to surface no. 0 not existing.
Surfaces numbers start from 11 to 49 and I don't know how to renumber them (if this is the real problem).

Thanks for any help/hint you might give
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JirkaP
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Re: t3d error no. 42 - surface 0 does not exist

Post by JirkaP » Tue Nov 24, 2020 1:52 pm

Solid No.: 2 (respectively solid No.: 3 as well) was created as an assembly of 4 (5) pipes. It is impossible. Each pipe must be separate solid. You can create one and then transform it with 4 copies. See picture
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Gianka72
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Re: t3d error no. 42 - surface 0 does not exist

Post by Gianka72 » Tue Nov 24, 2020 2:42 pm

Uh, I see,

thank you for your help, I made a mess! :mrgreen:

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