|May 26, 2005, 19:13||
Hi Guys, It is the first time
Join Date: Mar 2009
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It is the first time I am running in parallel machine.
I tried to modify the timestep while running parallel, but it had no effect on the simulation...
(I wanted to start with a very small timestep, because of backdifference scheme, and then, after a few iterations, increase the time step to match Co num requirements)
Is it possible to alter timestep on the fly as it was with single processor?
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