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Old   June 24, 2014, 09:56
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Jeffrey van Oostrom
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I'm trying to run a TNE2 simulation for my test case, however, it is unable to do so. At the solver preprocessing, the terminal displays: "Area projection in the y-plane = 0.", after which SU2 eats all available memory, causing my machine to stutter and my Chrome to crash.

Any ideas?


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Old   June 24, 2014, 20:59
Sean R. Copeland
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Hey Jeffrey,

It's likely a set of bad (or omitted) input parameters that's causing the crash. The TNE2 solver is still not quite at the level of development as the rest of the code, so unfortunately, events like these are common when running nonequilibrium calculations. I'll send you a configuration file that I use for my test cases and you can compare it with what you're running to see if there's anything going on.

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