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Old   June 3, 2014, 22:58
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Hi there,

I have created two simple UDFs (not more than 10-15 lines), one using '' the define source '' macro and the other using '' the define on demand '' macro. I have run successfully these two UDFS in serial with Fluent.

Now, because I have a very big mesh (millions of nodes), I want to find a way to parallelize these Macros. I have read the Fluent User guides; but the explanations are very general and not very clear.

Can anyone help me, please ?

Does anyone know websites where it is explained how to convert these two macros into parallel ? Ideally, it would be great to find examples containing the same UDFs in serial mode and parallel mode.

Thank you,

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