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Old   November 13, 2008, 10:05
Default IcePak network objects in parallel solver
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Can I use network objects in large models, which may be solved only on multiprocessor systems?

I have tried to solve simple model with network objects and IcePak have switched on serial solver with log: Warning: the parallel solver does not support network objects Switching to the serial solver

Is it principal restriction of IcePak/Fluent?
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Hi Buddy,
It used to be a restriction in the previous versions. But as the latest versions are rolling out, the developers are slowly upgrading these hurdles one by one.
Similar to the one you have mentioned, i was facing problem with ray tracing radiation model (Icepak was not able to pick parallel solver). But as the latest version rolled out, this problem is rectified.
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