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Old   December 16, 2015, 05:08
Default Fluent crashes and I cannot see the error
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Hello,

Iím carrying out a VOF simulation using a UDF for defining the inlet velocity and my problem is that the simulation crashes unexpectedly even closing Fluent (not the Workbench though).

The problem is that, since Fluent closes, I cannot see the reason of the crash. It might be a divergence problem, a Courant number too high, etc.

How could I export all the console results to a file during the simulation, in order to see the error that Fluent might give before crashing? Or how could I know the reason of the crash?

Thanks a lot!
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There might be a file named "fluent.log" in your working folder, which might show the last error that Fluent showed.
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