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Old   February 25, 2014, 07:53
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Pankaj Daga
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I am trying to make a combustion simulation of CH4. I have made a simple Model in Salome with two separate inlet for CH4 and Air. My model has 4 patches fuel,Air, Outlet and wall.

I am running this simulation first with combustion and reaction off just to see the velocity and pressure variation. But I am getting error again and again.

I have attached the picture of my Error.

please help in solving this problem

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Old   April 11, 2014, 15:02
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I have the same problem.

Did you find a solution to this code crash?
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floating point error, reactingfoam

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