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Old   June 24, 2009, 11:49
Default Uregent: Fluent Error: DPM simulation, Segementation Error
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Hey guys,

I am currently doing a spray modeling of a combustion chamber using coupled simulation. My steady continuous phase is working perfectly. But when i using unsteady DPM injection of the fuel, it shows this strange error saying the following:

Stack backtrace generated for process ID 32213 on signa1:
please include this information with any bug report you on this issue!

Error: Fluent.6.3.26. received a fatal signal (segmentation violation)
Error object: *f


I have no idea wht i means...i am using parallel DPM settings with shared memeory and with workpile aloghritham of 1 thread on a single core duo processor using centos linux.

thnx,

ahad

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