|February 16, 2013, 07:29||
CEL vs. USER FORTRAN
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Hello, i havea more generall question conerning CEL and USER FORTRAN
I know the restrictions related to the interpretade CEL declarative language in terms of time derviatives, source limitations and dynamic cell relations. Furthermore CEL expressions are unfortunately updated at the beginning of the following time step.
Which of both ways is more appropriate for parallel run? The CEL models affectt in my case mass and momentum source terms i a two-phase flow (three fluid-formulation).
What about simulation optimazation?
Do you know more constraints in the scope of modeling CEL in a transient calculation
Have anyone any information about the GEnicode, which is used to interprate CEL functions?
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