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Old   January 21, 2013, 11:09
Default parallelize udf-viscosity
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Dear all,

I read the section of the user guide dealing with the parallelization of udfs, but I am pretty confused afterwards and still have some questions concerning the parallelization:
  • I wrote an udf describing a non Newtonian viscosity (generalized power law) and don't really understand whether I have to parallelize this special udf
  • If I have to parallelize it, what exactly do I have to include
It would be really nice if somebody could help me!
Thank you in advance!
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