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3) clearly indicating that the relative parallel overhead decreases as the problem size is increased. Each run on a given number of CPUs was performed independently. The initial difference this caused in the ILU pivot affected both iteration counts and small differences in the adaptive mesh. However, there is no obvious correlation between iteration count and the number of processors (figure 5). The quality of the preconditioner was not significantly impacted by the parallelization in the tests performed.
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Com, ISSN 1743-3533 (on-line) 36 Advances in Fluid Mechanics VI 16 Reynolds number 10 Reynolds number 100 Reynolds number 200 Reynolds number 300 Reynolds number 400 14 12 scalability 10 8 6 4 2 0 0 2 4 6 8 Processors 10 12 14 16 Figure 4: Scalability of the solver running on up to 16 CPUs. 9 s. The following node pivot strategy is designed to maximize the parallel potential between interfaces. For non-connected interfaces, it will produce a pivot identical to previous work . 1. For each node, build a list of which subdomains the node is a part of.