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Old   September 5, 2009, 21:40
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Hi everyone,

I am a bit confused on what values I should put for the processor boundary conditions, and can't find any detailed information on it. I am just playing around with parallel processing on my quad core, but I am unable to actually run any solvers because they require boundary conditions for processor0To1, etc.

How do these different sub domains communicate? Can I just set the processor boundary conditions to outlet conditions or will that mess everything up?

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