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Old   January 2, 2007, 22:32
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I am interested in knowing whether there is any way to work with a mesh divided into different sets (for instance rings around a central cylinder with different transport coefficients) where the final computation of the equations is, moreover, divided into different processors (with divisions along the z axis).

In other words:

Let it be a cylinder with rings around it with different transport properties and each cylinder is modelled by a different set (cellSet is used in the main code to set the transport properties in each ring). Is there any chance to compute the resulting system in parallel?

NOTE: a standard use of decomposePar works fine with everything (faces, nodes, points, patches, ...) except for the definition of the different sets which are not decomposed among the different processors.
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