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Old   May 22, 2006, 03:43
Default error:specific-heat-by-T-integral:invalid ......
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Hi All,

I am running urans using finite rate/eddy dissipation model. I just applied a non-reflecting boundary condition using UDF and when i tried a few iterations, i got the following error message: Specific_Heat_by_T_integral:invalid upper bound, T1<=0.

I made my cp piecewise polynomial and i am thinking that i am getting in some domain a negative temperature? Any idea why i am getting this error message and how it can be avoided?

Counting on your assistance.



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