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Old   September 4, 2012, 16:29
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My simulation crashes with the error " Fatal overflow in linear solver " for a physical time scale greater than 1 [s] however it runs well when a physical time scale below 1 [s] is choosen.

It is a steady state simulation.

Could some one please explain what it implies ?
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