|May 14, 2013, 04:54||
sonicFoam terminal error after mapping from consistent mesh
Join Date: May 2013
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I am ahving a problem with a supersonic simulation. I am simulating a land speed record vehicle at roughly 1000 mph.
I have already got results over a coarse mesh, which I have successfully mapped to a more refined mesh. This completes with no errors, and viewing in paraView looks exactly the same as the source case except more refined (obviously).
My problem lies when I attempt to run sonicFoam. SonicFoam initially runs fine, then runs into a terminal error. My log files show that sonicFoam solves each of the fields until it gets to P, where it says that my solutionFv dictionary expects a scalar but instead shows "Nan".
I have spoken to my supervisor and can not figure out what this means. Any help would be very much appreciated.
Edit: I should probably mention that my residuals in the previous fields are 0.
Last edited by Spaceprofessor; May 14, 2013 at 05:02. Reason: Forgot to mention residuals.
|mapfields, nan, sonicfoam|
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