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<br/>in acoustics-transmissionPars.pro there are two boundary value problems defined
<br/>which are actually coupled.
<br/>One of these is hyperbolic and one is parabolic. I wanted to do a frequency
<br/>analysis of the coupled problem.
<br/>It did not work.
<br/>For diagnosis, I decoupled the problems by commenting out the coupling code
<br/>blocks by one-line comments "\\".
<br/>The combined model with the two decoupled problems does also not run. Solve[sys]
<br/>does not work.
<br/>Thereafter, I created two models (a-p.pro and a-pF.pro). In each of the models I
<br/>commented out one of the problems.
<br/>This is possible since both problems are well-separated. Both models run fine
<br/>and give the expected results.
<br/>I am using the current stable release of gmsh2.6.1 and getdp2.2.1. (both: 32-bit
<br/>The specs of my computer are:
<br/>CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600 CPU @ 3.40 GHz 3.40 GHz
<br/>System Type: 64 Bit
<br/>The output of gmsh for acoustics-transmissionPars.pro is attached as file "log"
<br/>to this message.
<br/>It would be nice if these problems could be solved until tomorrow. (It would be
<br/>very nice to have the results on Monday.)
<br/>Thanks in advance for a fast answer.
<br/>Nevertheless, I know that I cannot put any kind of pressure on you. If a
<br/>solution is only later available I would like to konw the reason of the failure