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Old   February 4, 2008, 09:37
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Hi Foamers

My simple question:

Is precompiled OpenFoam always the fastest on its hardware platform, not considering paralization?

My question is pointing to math kernel/ library which is used OpenFoam? Where can I find it?

Can OpenFoam be made faster by using e.g. ACML by AMD or MKI library by Intel on the specific platforms?

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