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Old   April 16, 2013, 11:37
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I try to simulate a transient model. The solver starts to calculate but I always get "Overflow" in the 0. time step after 2-3 iterations. Based on these iterations, the residuals are ok. In my opinion, the mesh and the time step size are ok. (I think, if the mesh or the time step value is not ok then the error should be seen only after some time steps in the convergence history.) What can be the problem?

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