The simulation stopped as the solver memory requirements exceeded the machine memory.
What could be the possible reason?
The mesh size for the simulation is comparatively large and requires more memory than available on the selected number of cores.
What can I do now?
For the same mesh, increase the number of compute cores to increase the available memory for the solver. Recommended is at least 8 cores for intermediate mesh sizes (2-3 million cells) ,16 cores for large meshes (4-5 million cells) and 32 cores for very large meshes (6 million cells and onwards).
Optimize the mesh size or make it coarser so that less memory is required by the solver.
If none of the above suggestions did solve your problem, then please post the issue on our forum or contact us.
Last updated: March 16th, 2020
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