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Old   April 14, 2014, 09:47
Default How to run Fluent in parallel on remote cluster?
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Hi, All.

I have never used the cluster for parallel computing in Fluent. But now I need to do so. Are there any people can show me how to make this happen please? Or are there any materials for a step by step guide for running fluent in remote parallel cluster, please?

My current config and requirement are:
1) My fluent is install on my PC. Thus, do I need to install Fluent in the cluster as well?

2) I wish to use the User-Defined Function(UDF), and I'll need to use this UDF to write data to my own PC during EVERY step of parallel computation. How to do this, please? Or any material to show how to do this please?

I have read the fluent user's guide. But it seems to be oriented to those who've already know the basic step up.

Many thanks if anyone can give me a kick start!!

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