Linear elasticity

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emB
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Re: Linear elasticity

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I successfully installed Ubuntu, and solved it using mumps(use 4.67k mesh).
And when it was time to run the solver (after I generated the command file and saved the project) I came across the following in the solver log:

Geometry input file(s) not copied
Saving menu contents...
Ready
Solver emitted signal: QProcess::ProcessState: 1
Solver emitted signal: QProcess::ProcessState: 2
Solver started
Solver emitted error signal: 1
Solver emitted signal: QProcess::ProcessState: 0
Solver ready

But when i use 4k mesh, it was able to solve.

4k mesh
saving 5384 nodes
saving 4038 elements
saving 6246 boundary elements

4.67k mesh
saving 5295 nodes
saving 4672 elements
saving 4884 boundary elements
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Re: Linear elasticity

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kevinarden wrote: 26 Jul 2022, 11:39 You can use task manage, performance tab to monitor memory usage during the run, to see if it really is a memory error.
If it is not a memory error, what should I do?
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Re: Linear elasticity

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Hi

Just looked that Hypre seems to be nowadays available as msys2 package.

https://packages.msys2.org/package/ming ... 6_64-hypre

We use msys2 to create the installers for Windows. Unfortunately this is quite low on our agenda so I can't make any promises.

-Peter
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Re: Linear elasticity

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Thank you for your reply. I'll try it!
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