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Error E610/MQ
06-07-2012, 10:14 AM,
#1
Exclamation  Error E610/MQ
Hi,

Does anyone get an error "E610/MQ: Supprim. serie connects too great (32)"?

I have only changed the LOCASE Temp. load factor from 1 to 0 of the existing calculation which has no problem. And after that I got this error.

Which does it mean actually?
06-07-2012, 01:21 PM,
#2
RE: Error E610/MQ
You stumbled across a bug we recently encountered ourselves. The error message means that the program can not calculate which elements are "primary". This bug will be fixed in the next version of our program.
We assigned ticket no. 1152 to this issue.

In the meantime, you can use the following workaround:
Don't reduce your temperature load factor to 0, but to e.g. 1e-6 (or add a temperature load of 0.01 degree or so if you do not have a temperature load yet). With a temperature load present no primary elements are calculated, and the error will not occur.
The temperature should be very, very small (in order not to change the overall load on the pipeline).
If you calculate in the "General" mode, only the information on which elements are primary is missing.
If you calculate according to NEN3650, there is one thing to be aware of: The 'primary unit check stress due to primary loads' can not be performed. Check the 'NEN3650 maximum unit check stresses'-table [NENSMAX] and especially look at the 'Sv/f(Reb)-M'-column: If the factor is above 0.67 then that element might be primary and its check-stress might be above 1.

28-07-2012, 08:57 PM,
#3
RE: Error E610/MQ
According to the Changelogs of version v4.2.1 this bug has been fixed, so it can be moved to the Fixed Bugs.


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