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Old   November 28, 2013, 16:56
Question HelyxOS crashed with high kinematic viscosity
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I am running in HelyxOS a case with Incompressible, Laminar and transient flow, with the piztDaily mesh which you can find in many OpenFOAM tutorials, like /tutorials/incompressible/pisoFoam/les/pitzDaily

I created a case in HelyxOS and imported the mesh by substitution of the file PolyMesh file.

The case can be run in OpenFOAM with pisoFoam, where I am using a kinematic viscosity (nu = 0.3675). In the attached files you can find some files of this case, but is missing the "PolyMesh" due to attachments limits.

However in HelyxOS the running crash (You will see the crash screenshot in the attached files).

Also I notice that I have to copy an existent Material, and then edit it to set a new Material. Because it may not recognize the fluid properties.

Is it posible to run this case in HelyxOS?
What should I do in order to run it?
Can HelyxOS work with this kind of fluids? or How is limited?
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