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Old   September 8, 2005, 06:00
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Dear All,

I am doing cooling analysis with conjugate heat transfer method. No radiation effects are involved.

When I do check All, it gives no error and writes Geom and Prob files. When I start the analysis, it gives the following error.

? FORTRAN Runtime Error: ? Illegal character in numeric input ? READ(UNIT=10,... ? FORTRAN Runtime Error: ? Illegal character in numeric input ? READ(UNIT=10,...

I am not using any user subroutines in the model.I have checked all the panels and there is no panel with user subroutine ON.

Please Help me

BV
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Old   September 8, 2005, 07:59
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Unit 10 is the problem file. The error means that the file has been somehow corrupted (by editing it for example). Rewrite your problem file nad everything should be fine.

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Old   September 8, 2005, 08:28
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It could be a bug in pro-STAR too - maybe you've typed in a really big number for something and it's been written to the prob file as *******.
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Old   September 9, 2005, 00:59
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yeah, e.g. type in 9999999999 for # of iterations will give you ***** in your problem file.

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Old   September 9, 2005, 02:42
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Thanks for giving me the valuable inputs.

I have checked the problem file and find some ****** in MATERIAL PROPERTIES section. I have created the new problem file. Still it has that ******. So I have edited the problem file manually and tried to give the run. Unfortunately, it is fiving the same error.

Here I am pasting the lines from prob file.

AIR(V) 0.900000E-01 1.44000 1.92000 1.44000 -.330000 0.419000 6.00000 70.0000 0.230000

0 0 T ****** 0.520000 0.720000E-01 0.900000E-01 2.00000 2.00000 0.900000E-01 1.44000

Any other suggestions to fix this problem....

Please help me

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Old   September 9, 2005, 02:43
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Thanks for giving me the valuable inputs.

I have checked the problem file and find some ****** in MATERIAL PROPERTIES section. I have created the new problem file. Still it has that ******. So I have edited the problem file manually and tried to give the run. Unfortunately, it is fiving the same error.

Here I am pasting the lines from prob file.

AIR(V) 0.900000E-01 1.44000 1.92000 1.44000 -.330000 0.419000 6.00000 70.0000 0.230000

0 0 T ****** 0.520000 0.720000E-01 0.900000E-01 2.00000 2.00000 0.900000E-01 1.44000

Any other suggestions to fix this problem....

Please help me

BV

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Old   September 9, 2005, 03:34
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The numbers before the **** look like turbulence model constants. Have you entered a big number for any of those? In any case, prostar should be able to do better. Have you reported a bug?
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Old   September 9, 2005, 07:02
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Thanks Richard.

I have noticed very big no inprob file(some thing like E-38). But when i checked my model file in STAR for all material properties section, i did not found any such no in any panel.

Is those numbers are generated by STAR based on type of analysis???( mine is turbulent steady state with K/E high reynolds number)

Please do me faviour

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