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kiran choudar March 6, 2006 08:30

Insufficient memory allocation
hi, I am using cfx-5.7.getting insufficient memory allocation error in solver.if anybody has solution about this plz ans my query.

regards kiran

siv March 6, 2006 08:42

Re: Insufficient memory allocation
hello kiran, Increse memory factor for your problem. If you run from command prompt: e.g.:

cfx5solve -size 1.5 -def .....

GUI: In Solver manager under Solver tab you can find the memory options.

If you dont see Solver tab click Advanced controls check box.

For more details have a look in CFX solver manager documenatation:

*Starting the CFX-Solver from the Command Line*

Regards, Siv

kiran choudar March 6, 2006 09:02

Re: Insufficient memory allocation
hi siv, thanks a lot.I tried it and found another querry i wanted to ask you,how to use turbo mode in cfx post to rotate a domain.or tell me about rotating domain and fluid fluid interface btn stationary and rotating domains

regards kiran

siv March 6, 2006 09:12

Re: Insufficient memory allocation
i dont have any experience with Turbo mode.sorry Once i read in CFX post documentation. Its not so difficult i guess.

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