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Old   May 10, 2020, 09:37
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Hello I have the below UDF for mixture density it works fine in series I want to run it in parallel what changes I need to add.

include "udf.h"
DEFINE_PROPERTY(c_densityN10RaT1E6, c, t)
{
real rhm,rho,To,Co,betaT,betaC;
real T = C_T(c,t);
rho= 1.12;
Co=0.049;
To=313.15;
betaT=0.0032;
betaC=0.590636677;
rhm = rho*(1.-betaT*(T-To)-betaC*(1.*C_YI(c,t,0)-Co)); /* density of mixture */
return rhm;
}

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Usually, such code do not require parallelization. However, you can do that just to be sure.

Put whole of the code within

#if !RP_HOST
#endif

#if must be after opening brace of the DEFINE_ function and #endif before the the closing brace.
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Many thanks Vinerm to the reply. Is that used normally with interpret option or I need to use compile when using parallel?

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Usually, such code do not require parallelization. However, you can do that just to be sure.

Put whole of the code within

#if !RP_HOST
#endif

#if must be after opening brace of the DEFINE_ function and #endif before the the closing brace.
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Compilation or Interpretation are not related to parallelization. So, if you are using the code for parallel simulation, you should parallelize it, doesn't matter whether you compile or interpret.
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