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Old   December 16, 2014, 02:57
Default Fluent running GPGPU throws up divergence error but not in parallel without GPGPU
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I have been using Ansys Fluent 15.0.7 with GPGPU(K20Teslaa Card). Unfortunately whenever I enable GPGPU it is throwing up divergence which is not the case for running parallel sans the GPGPU. My question is it due to GPGPU that divergence is happening due to auto partitioing the mesh? Or is there any other things that I need to do to remove this divergence error. I generally run Fluent in (Parallel-6, GPU-1) mode.
Any help to my problem will be highly appreciated...

Thanks in advance........
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