SetDynamicAngle and Imom

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MartinHoeijmakers
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SetDynamicAngle and Imom

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Hi all,

Since a recent update of Elmer, I get two new warnings (many times):
- SetDynamicAngle: Moment of inertia "Imom" close to zero, skipping rotations...
- ListFind: Requested property: [Imom], not found

Does anybody know what these warnings mean?

Kind regards,
Martin Hoeijmakers
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Re: SetDynamicAngle and Imom

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It means the solver is looking for a property named Imom and there is no defined Imom property in the material section.
Since Imom is not defined it is zero therefore SetDynamicAngle is reporting Imom is zero and it is skipping rotations.

What solver are you using?
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Re: SetDynamicAngle and Imom

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Hi,

Just ignore. It is just a convenient place to compute the dynamics of rotating machine in conjunction with the electrical circuits. The code came about because we were merging with some different versions of the module. We will tune the warnings in near future.

-Peter
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Re: SetDynamicAngle and Imom

Post by MartinHoeijmakers »

Peter, thank you for the reassurance. Because I use 12 parallel processes, I get 12 warnings in each time step. However, this is not a real problem ;-).

I use the solvers CircuitsAndDynamics, RigidMeshMapper, and MagnetoDynamics2D (and some output solvers).

Kind regards,
Martin
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