September 4, 2019 at 2:20 pmbrunomargottoSubscriber
I'm working on Particle Filter for state-parameter estimation. I'm using for inlet velocity estimation on a microchannel on a plate. It's a simple geometry, but I'm facing time problem.
I generate N different inlet velocities and simulate them (for example, 10 particles generate 10 different inlet velocities and consequently 10 different simulations). Therefore, it will be faster if I simulate these 10 different simulations (for the same case) simultaneously.
Is there an option for it? To compute N simulations at once?
September 4, 2019 at 5:29 pmDrAmineAnsys EmployeeHave 10 different volumes in same cases and running all of the points in the same session. Just nice the meshes away from one another.
I do not really understand the application in order to provide better appriach so please make me smarter.
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