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Old   November 2, 2005, 07:59
Default setting NCTMXD=NCMAX in parm.inc
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ROr
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Hello,

When I am running a transient case to examine droplet coalescence with a water spray under 2 bar pressure, the following error message stops the run:

"STOP-FOR THERMAL DIFFUSION, PLEASE RESET NCTMXD=NCMAX IN parm.inc AND GENERATE NEW EXECUTABLE"

I do as the message wants; but with next run, parm.inc is changed back to former values and the same error message stops the run.

Anybody with an idea?

Regards

PS: Program version is 3.22

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Old   November 2, 2005, 19:35
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Just open parm.inc and make NCTMXD=NCMAX and save that file. No need to make new executables. I faced the same problem and this worked for me.
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Old   November 4, 2005, 10:40
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Thank you Dhruv.

I put NCTMXD=NCMAX once more and started in console as

star -dp

than there was a need for transport property database (tran.dat) which was not the case formerly. Execution stopped. I copied that file into the working directory. Then tried to restart from a former steady-state solution(yet unconverged), but this time segmentation violation occurs:

[ 1 ] ***Received signal sigsegv - exiting

I mean I am really stuck...

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