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I need HELP with my voxel in cst

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Ahmed Al-Jafari

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Hi every one
Please I need your help regrading the import of my voxel by CST. I got permission from University of Texas to download their voxel. Unfortunately, it was in a format not compatible with the CST. Their voxel is on the link:

http://web2.corral.tacc.utexas.edu/AustinManEMVoxels/AustinMan/assumptions/EM_material_properties.html

So I programmed the Matlab to convert the voxel to the CST format based on the Application Note "How to build your own voxel model in CST" and I made sure that everything is done according to this AN. However, when i completed the conversion and tried to import it by the CST, the CST gave me this error message

(Encrypted voxel model: The central directory was not found in the archive (or you were trying to open not the last volume of a segmented archive).

The voxel is not encrypted as I generated it.
So what went wrong? How can I fix it? I noticed in the AN not that the voxels should be arranged such that the y-axis is from minimum to maximum then the z-axis from maximum to minmum the last axis x-axis is also from maximum to minmum. And that what I did.
 

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