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Old   December 23, 2010, 14:53
Unhappy Solve single but higher order equation by OF 1.6 suffering Problem
yijin Mao
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Hi forks,

I am trying to solve a equation like this,
+ fvm::ddt(Ralpha,T)
- fvm::ddt(tauT,T) // this is new term represents ddt(tau,laplacian(T))
- fvm::laplacian(con, T)
The red line is a 3 order differential term which OF cannot solve, in my opinion, a mix application from fvm::ddt and fvc::laplacian may be helpful, however, a fatal error was also produced, see lines in red below!

codes has been implemented into
Errors Message:
new cannot satisfy memory request.
This does not necessarily mean you have run out of virtual memory.
It could be due to a stack violation caused by e.g. bad use of pointers or an out of date shared library

I believe there is something wrong with tmp<ddtScheme<Type>> which is responsible for managing temporary objects, but I can not figure it out.
Hoping to hear your suggestions.
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