N/APosted on - 02/21/2012
I need to finish a project on Autodesk 2012 but I always get a “No Loss Defined” error. I imported mechanical info from Autodesk seek. How to get rid of the error?
No loss defined error with Autodesk 2012
There are many cases in which you receive the error in Autodesk 2012 as "No loss defined". two most common causes for the "No Loss Defined" warnings are the fittings in certain conditions do not have any loss information either from one table, or specified, and in the other case, there is no flow so there is no loss.
Many who work with autodesk has this problems, I suggest you all report it to the autodesk.
1000s of people have this problem and still i didn't find any update for COMPLETE removal of this error "No loss defined"
The cause for this error is the one i mentioned above.
The only change that were made for 2012 was that the warning ("No loss defined") was included under the displayable warnings.