April 23, 2021 at 9:35 pmLito YapAnsys Employee
Setting the cores to use when running Lumerical Multiphysics simulations. By default, Multiphysics solvers; CHARGE, HEAT, FEEM, DGTD and MQW will run the simulation job using all available cores/threads on your machine. The core count can be changed in your simulation.
- Open your project/simulation file.
- Select the "Solver and Edit object".
- Navigate to the Advanced tab.
- From the multithreading drop down option, choose 'set thread count'.
- Enter the number of threads or use the up/down arrow to change the number.
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