Where to find "PANIC-dump file"

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daiwang
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Where to find "PANIC-dump file"

Post by daiwang »

Hi,Envimet team:
Sorry, but i don't know where to find the "PANIC-dump file"
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I searched on the Internet and my computer.
Is this file what it mean? But i can't open it
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Thanks in advance
Best regards
Dai

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Tim
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Re: Where to find "PANIC-dump file"

Post by Tim »

Hi Dai,

Yes, those are the PANIC dump files. They are standard ENVI-met outputs that can be opened in Leonardo to e.g. see where the turbulence got too high causing the simulation to crash. However, your simulation crashed right after the start, so I am rather sure that it is not connected to your model area. The q0ref (specific humidity near the ground) value is very high which is probably caused by the very high temperature values in your simulation settings connected to the high rel. humidity values. So, I'd try to decrease the humidity values to get a more stable run.

Best regards,
Tim

daiwang
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Re: Where to find "PANIC-dump file"

Post by daiwang »

Thanks so much !

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