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Old   October 31, 2003, 02:56
Default Errors during Gradient Adaption
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I have been recieveing the following error during performing a gradient adaption on a 3-d compressible flow problem. The grid being refined is a hexahedral cell grid having the following size

Cells Faces Nodes 751861 2364022 860239

The error that comes up is the following:

Warning: ST_Realloc: out of memory. Error: Resize_Storage_On_Thread: Out of memory. Error Object: ()

The simulation is being set up on a Machine with 2Gb RAM. is this a memory limit problem? or is there a setting that can be over ridden to allow me to continue refining the grid? any help in this matter is greatly appreciated

cheers Nandu
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Old   November 3, 2003, 10:30
Default Re: Errors during Gradient Adaption
Dr TK Vashist
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We have been getting same error for some time now. There is an error in Fluent Software. I believe the developer (in US) of paralleling algorithim is looking in to this error. You may contact Fluent Support for latest.
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