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Just wonder if the code for flux3d is written in parallel processing?

Which mean if I install the software in cluster will speed up the computation time?


Best regards,


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Hello Jerome; 


Only the linear solver Mumps is parallelized, you can have more information from the Flux help.





However, if you have to solve parametric scenario, and you have a lot of configuration, you can use CDE for the distribution. The distribution can be done on your own computer or on a cluster. For instance you vary the parameter A from 0 to 4 by step of 1. For each parameter A, you have time variation from 0s to 0.02s by step of 0.001s. Then you can solve in parallel 5 Flux project if you have enough RAM memory and cores. Note that, the time steps are not parallelized. 


Please have a look on the Flux help to have more information about CDE.




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