I''m currently working on a 3D Flow model and I want to include the Calving3D Solver. I run the test provided on the git branch and everything goes ok, but when I try to apply it on my model, I'm having some problems. I think this is probably due to my mesh, but I'm not sure.
The thing is that I got it to work with just one timestep. In that case, a calving event takes places and after that the remeshing algorithm runs successfully. But when I try to run more than one timestep, the second time that the Calving3D solver runs produce the next error:
Like I said before, I think that this could be a mesh problem, but I am not sure because I don't really understand what is going on. Any help would be more than welcome. Thanks in advance.
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WARNING:: Find_Calving3D: Calving front nodes in a column are out of order. This may not be a problem. There are 8 out of 10 nodes out of order. ERROR:: Find_Calving3D: Majority of nodes in a calving column are out of order (z). This is probably due to not using MeshExtrude, or a change in the way in which MeshExtrude operates.
I attach to this message the following files:
PlanMesh.geo: The geo file of my main mesh.
mitest_transient5.sif: The sif file that I am using
output_tr.txt: The output file of the run.