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MaxCFD June 24, 2011 04:57

Finished simulation doesn't start: floating point exception [Divide by zero]
 
Hello, I'm new at this forum and hope for some help..

I cannot start my saved simulations (one case with a number of different simulations, with different geometry).

After the server connection instead of loading the simulation I get this errow:
A floating point exception has occurred: floating point exception [Divide by zero]. The specific cause cannot be identified. Please refer to the troubleshooting section of the User's Guide.
Command: Unknown Command
In: [Machine::main]
error: Server Error


The same errow if I start Simulation File or .sim~-File. :confused:

Unfortunately I have no idea what I can do, since I even can not start the solution to change anything.

Really hoping for help at this point.
Thanks!!

LorraM June 24, 2011 15:02

Max,
what version are you using ?
I had the same issue with 6.02.007 and 6.02.009. It seems to be a new undocumented feature. Going back to 5.xx solved the problem, unfortunately you have to do everything all over again.

MaxCFD June 25, 2011 17:01

Lorra, thanks for your quick answer, now I have an approach for the solution :)

I'm trying to open the database saved by 5.02.010 with 5.06.010 & 6.02.009.
I will try to get the 5.02 somehow (not more downloadable on the CD-Adapco homepage :()

What did you mean by "do everything all over again"? Couldn't you start and use your simulations with an older version in your case?
Did the errow disappear then?

LorraM June 26, 2011 10:31

I started from scratch in 6.02.007, so I had to do all over in 5.xx.
Just assumed you are in the same situation.


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