taoan

PTM model error during neighbor file process

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Dear Sirs,

I'm having some difficulty to understand this error showed during PTM neighbor file process.

Would it be caused by mesh size or geometry configuration?

Please, I'd appreciate any help with this problem.

Thanks,

Taoan

PTM Version 2.0 Build 060 (28/Jan/2011)

Run start: 2011/09/30 12:37:44

Reading program control file...

Reading ADCIRC mesh data...

Reading boundary data...

Creating closed boundary element list...

Creating open boundary element list...

Reading sediment data file...

Opening hydrodynamic data file...

Computing areas of elements...

Neighbors file corrupted >>> Need to create new element neighbor list...

Checking element neighbors...

1000 of 14726 elements

2000 of 14726 elements

3000 of 14726 elements

4000 of 14726 elements

5000 of 14726 elements

6000 of 14726 elements

7000 of 14726 elements

8000 of 14726 elements

9000 of 14726 elements

10000 of 14726 elements

11000 of 14726 elements

12000 of 14726 elements

13000 of 14726 elements

14000 of 14726 elements

Creating element neighbor lists...

1000 of 14726 elements

2000 of 14726 elements

3000 of 14726 elements

4000 of 14726 elements

5000 of 14726 elements

6000 of 14726 elements

7000 of 14726 elements

8000 of 14726 elements

9000 of 14726 elements

10000 of 14726 elements

11000 of 14726 elements

12000 of 14726 elements

13000 of 14726 elements

14000 of 14726 elements

forrtl: severe (157): Program Exception - access violation

Image PC Routine Line Source

ptm.exe 00406905 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 00419C65 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 004890A7 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 0047A443 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 00670BC3 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 0063BA89 Unknown Unknown Unknown

kernel32.dll 75B2339A Unknown Unknown Unknown

ntdll.dll 77C39ED2 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ntdll.dll 77C39EA5 Unknown Unknown Unknown

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I'm not sure what would be happening here. Could you please get your files to technical support (support@aquaveo.com)?

We will look at them and get help from the PTM developer as needed.

Dear Sirs,

I'm having some difficulty to understand this error showed during PTM neighbor file process.

Would it be caused by mesh size or geometry configuration?

Please, I'd appreciate any help with this problem.

Thanks,

Taoan

PTM Version 2.0 Build 060 (28/Jan/2011)

Run start: 2011/09/30 12:37:44

Reading program control file...

Reading ADCIRC mesh data...

Reading boundary data...

Creating closed boundary element list...

Creating open boundary element list...

Reading sediment data file...

Opening hydrodynamic data file...

Computing areas of elements...

Neighbors file corrupted >>> Need to create new element neighbor list...

Checking element neighbors...

1000 of 14726 elements

2000 of 14726 elements

3000 of 14726 elements

4000 of 14726 elements

5000 of 14726 elements

6000 of 14726 elements

7000 of 14726 elements

8000 of 14726 elements

9000 of 14726 elements

10000 of 14726 elements

11000 of 14726 elements

12000 of 14726 elements

13000 of 14726 elements

14000 of 14726 elements

Creating element neighbor lists...

1000 of 14726 elements

2000 of 14726 elements

3000 of 14726 elements

4000 of 14726 elements

5000 of 14726 elements

6000 of 14726 elements

7000 of 14726 elements

8000 of 14726 elements

9000 of 14726 elements

10000 of 14726 elements

11000 of 14726 elements

12000 of 14726 elements

13000 of 14726 elements

14000 of 14726 elements

forrtl: severe (157): Program Exception - access violation

Image PC Routine Line Source

ptm.exe 00406905 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 00419C65 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 004890A7 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 0047A443 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 00670BC3 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ptm.exe 0063BA89 Unknown Unknown Unknown

kernel32.dll 75B2339A Unknown Unknown Unknown

ntdll.dll 77C39ED2 Unknown Unknown Unknown

ntdll.dll 77C39EA5 Unknown Unknown Unknown

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