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Old   September 7, 2012, 11:15
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Is there a way to get more details about the displayed "CPU Requirements for Numerical Solution" at the end of a run?

I am simulating a gas-solid multiphase flow and I would like to know what portion of the "Momentum and Mass" subsystem requirements is for the fluid and what portion is for the particles.
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Old   September 8, 2012, 07:31
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Isn't the answer none?

The particles are modelled as a lagrangian step (if lagrangian particle tracking) or a volume fraction equation (if using a Eularian system) on both these models are separate to the momentum and mass system. They are in their own system (unless you are doing coupled multiphase).
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