Fortran runtime error

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4 months 2 weeks ago #15 by alicankizilkaya
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Hi,

I am trying to simulate CO methanation on a (111) surface lattice (CO+H2 -> CH4 + H2O). When I run the zacros executable, I get the following error message with no specific errors/warnings in the general output file:

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 WITH THREADS           8
At line 669 of file ../parser_module.F90
Fortran runtime error: Bad real number in item 1 of list input

Error termination. Backtrace:
#0  0x7fdfb5da832a
#1  0x7fdfb5da8ed5
#2  0x7fdfb5da969d
#3  0x7fdfb5f16fc2
#4  0x7fdfb5f18d55
#5  0x7fdfb5f1a379
#6  0x5604da98401b
#7  0x5604daa3abd5
#8  0x5604daa2a339
#9  0x5604daa37289
#10  0x5604daae41af
#11  0x5604da983a5e
#12  0x7fdfb53f0c86
#13  0x5604da983a89
#14  0xffffffffffffffff
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I attach my input files to this message. Could you please indicate which of the 4 input files is causing the problem? 
Thanks a lot for your support,
 
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4 months 2 weeks ago #16 by Admin
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Hello,

On line 119 of your mechanism_input.dat file you have:  
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pe_ratio   1.000e
The "1.000e" is not a valid number and Zacros crashes when trying to convert it to a real. I used the development version to run this (v4.0dev), and in this version, the run doesn't crash; it produces an error that reports the problematic expression. We aim to release this new version soon, but in the meantime, you can fix that number and continue with the development of your input files.

I also noticed that you have a surface species "CH4*" which has not been defined in your simulation_input.dat, so you'll have to fix that as well.

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