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Old   May 11, 2007, 04:27
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Rohan
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Hi Guys

I went through some messages in this website regarding the scalability issues of Fluent. I couldn't find much information on this. Can anyone tell me how well Fluent performs when it comes to running big jobs on multiple processors? I hear Fluent doesn't scales well when compared to other softwares like CCM+. Is there a particular system or hardware that fluent is compatible with? I will be running an unsteady 3d grid on multiple processors using fluent and wanted to make sure before doing this.

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