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lego October 26, 2002 14:43

Error message - no details
 
What would it means?

Details of error:- ---------------- Error detected by routine LOCDAT CDANAM = ZIF1 /QPUMASS_CM2 /ZIFFLX CRESLT = NONE

+--------------------------------------------------------------------+ | ERROR #001100279 has occurred in subroutine ErrAction. | | Message: | | Stopped in routine MEMERR |

lego October 26, 2002 14:50

Re: Error message - no details
 
Sorry... I forgot to trunc lines... So:

Details of error:

Error detected by routine LOCDAT

CDANAM = ZIF1 /QPUMASS_CM2 /ZIFFLX

CRESLT = NONE

ERROR #001100279 has occurred in subroutine ErrAction.

Message:

Stopped in routine MEMERR

Sharks October 27, 2002 14:05

Re: Error message - no details
 
Hi

It's difficult to know what the problem is without details of the set-up, or CCL.

However, it looks like the problem relates to the Solver not being able to find any flux information for an Additional Variable at a Zone Interface - this could be either a GGI or solid-fluid interface.

I would check you have set appropriate conditions for all Additional Variables at DOMAIN INTERFACES (i.e. Conservative Interface Flux).

Sharks

lego October 27, 2002 14:43

Re: Error message - no details
 
Yes, yes!

You have right! I have two GGI interfaces. I did not changed them during the setting of additional variables. What do I have to do? In case the wall, symmetry plane, outlet type boundary conditions I only clicked <apply> in the modify boundary conditions menu, because the default is zero flux (or in case outlet zero gradient). In case the inlets I set the appropriate inlet additional variable concentracion values. But In case the GGI I did not do anything.

Thanx for the help!

Sharks October 28, 2002 14:24

Re: Error message - no details
 
If you're modifying things from Build, then your Def File should contain the correct CCL. If it doesn't, it's probably because Build forgot to update the GGIs when you added the AVs. Just go to the Domain Interfaces form, select Modify, and then press -Apply- without changing any of the other details. Then re-write your Def File.

If this doesn't work, then you can edit the CCL manually and check that each Additional Variable has been defined with a Conservative Interface Flux option in all Boundaries of type INTERFACE.

Regards

Sharks


lego October 28, 2002 14:35

Re: Error message - no details
 
Thanks!

It works!


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