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Old   January 16, 2013, 20:46
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Hello all,

can anyone explain what is "Faces per Surface Cluster" ?
I'm confused on the procedure of clustering in S2S model and I've read theory guide but it still looks unclear to me.

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Hello nenazarian,
using this method you can reduce the computational load of the simulation: the solver doesn't calculate the view factors of every cell-faces, but collects a certain amount of faces in clusters in order to calculate less view factors (because number of clusters < number of all cell-faces).
You need this method when the mesh is quite large and heavy.

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