Flow over a heated plate two meshes case

I have got this error while running the cht tutorial case i.e., flow over a heated plate for two meshes with calculix. Also, I was trying to build a new case for cht based on this example, I faced the same issue.

Starting CHT analysis via preCICE...
Setting up preCICE participant Solid, using config file: config.yml
---[precice]  This is preCICE version 2.3.0
---[precice]  Revision info: v2.3.0
---[precice]  Configuration: Release (Debug and Trace log unavailable)
---[precice]  Configuring preCICE with configuration "../precice-config.xml"
---[precice]  I am participant "Solid"
Using quasi 2D-3D coupling
Set ID Found 
Read data 'Temperature' found with ID # '3'.
Using quasi 2D-3D coupling
Set ID Found 
[detonation:17448] *** Process received signal ***
[detonation:17448] Signal: Segmentation fault (11)
[detonation:17448] Signal code: Address not mapped (1)
[detonation:17448] Failing at address: 0x7fe3ba2efeb0
[detonation:17448] [ 0] /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libpthread.so.0(+0x12980)[0x7fe4cfbe8980]
[detonation:17448] [ 1] ccx_preCICE(+0x3d13c7)[0x55f1b89ec3c7]
[detonation:17448] [ 2] ccx_preCICE(+0x2131cf)[0x55f1b882e1cf]
[detonation:17448] [ 3] ccx_preCICE(+0x21434d)[0x55f1b882f34d]
[detonation:17448] [ 4] ccx_preCICE(+0x1f99da)[0x55f1b88149da]
[detonation:17448] [ 5] ccx_preCICE(+0xb98e)[0x55f1b862698e]
[detonation:17448] [ 6] /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xe7)[0x7fe4cf089c87]
[detonation:17448] [ 7] ccx_preCICE(+0x1687a)[0x55f1b863187a]
[detonation:17448] *** End of error message ***
./run.sh: line 5: 17448 Segmentation fault      (core dumped) ccx_preCICE -i solid -precice-participant Solid

Hi @Sanjeev_Adhikari,

which CalculiX adapter version are you using?

I am using following versions:
calculix adapter 2.19.0
openfoam adapter 1.2.2
precice 2.3.0
ubuntu 18.04

I can run FSI case smoothly.

There has been a new version of the CalculiX adapter since 2.19.0, which fixed many bugs. Could you try that?

It works well with 2.20. Thanks

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