Mitchlet out file

Discussion in 'Software' started by Alberti, Jan 20, 2014.

  1. Alberti
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    Alberti New Member

    Hi, my name is Albert, and I´m trying to design a catamaran... it´s drawn and working in freship, but I have been in troubles to work with michlet.
    When i change the file name (in.mlt) and try to run the program, there is an out file and advice me that: ERROR: Bad Nx, in sometimes Bad trim speed as well. Somebody knows what it´s refer and how i can fix it.

    Thanks a lot
     
  2. Leo Lazauskas
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    Leo Lazauskas Senior Member

    Attach the in.mlt file so we can see what is wrong.
     
  3. Alberti
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    Alberti New Member

    Yes, here is!!!

    I forget it, it´s saved by freeship version 3.41
     

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  4. Leo Lazauskas
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    Leo Lazauskas Senior Member

    You have left out the Lateral Separation Distance in the definition of the second hull.
     
  5. Victor T
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    Victor T Senior Member

    Try this update with fixed bug for catamarans.
     

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  6. Alberti
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    Alberti New Member

    It´s working now!!!!! thank you very much!!! the problem it´s fixed....I think so!!! thanks
     
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