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Old   June 22, 2021, 00:17
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The installation videos have not been uploaded after step 10. Please update on how to complete the rest of the installation and run the simulation.
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Old   June 22, 2021, 03:02
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Dear Rohith,
The installation is completed at step 10.
To run the program, first create a folder for your files. Copy the input files (control.txt, ctrl.txt etc.) along with the executables REEF3D and DiveMESH to a folder. Navigate to the folder in the terminal and generate the grid using:

Further, run the program using:
mpirun -n N reef3d

Replace N with the number of processors on your computer. Also remember that the value of N should be the same as M 10 values in both input files.

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