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Old   April 10, 2014, 05:27
Default CFX Solve Error in PEEKI routine
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Hi,

Have any of you guys come across this error before? I have seen a similar one on here before, and the problem was inconsistent naming of the domains. But I can't seem to find such problem in my definition file.


Details of error:-
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Error detected by routine PEEKI
CDANAM = ../../ZN4 /ISUB
CRESLT = NONE

Current Directory : /FLOW/ALGORITHM/GLOBAL/SUBSYS/HYDRO_SG3/HYDRO_CM1/ZIF14

+--------------------------------------------------------------------+
| ERROR #001100279 has occurred in subroutine ErrAction. |
| Message: |
| Stopped in routine MEMERR |
| |
| |
| |
| |
| |
+--------------------------------------------------------------------+

Previous similar issue:
http://www.cfd-online.com/Forums/cfx...ror-peeki.html

Any advice on the issue would be appreciated.


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Old   April 10, 2014, 06:25
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The error message does not help much, does it?

There is going to be some error in your set up. I would simplify your model to something which runs, then add the complex bits one at a time until you find the bug. It is tedious, but in this case it looks like the only way.
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Hi,

Thanks for the advice. That's my plan.

Its a multi-component flow with gas, oil and water, two domains one with gas, and one liquid domain with oil and water as a continous fluid. I have simplified it to just be water not water and oil but no such luck.

It is probably something really stupid I am missing.

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Sounds like there is some complex physics there so plenty of stuff to go wrong. I would start with simply a simple single phase flow through the thing. Check that the mesh can actually run. Then add the multi-component and multi-phase stuff one bit at a time.
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Yeah, I switched the liquid domain to solid, just as a test.

I no longer get that error. Get a Chk_Splane one now due to symmetry conflict, but that should be an easy fix. Its always tempting to run complex models straight away, but it rarely works!


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