[W-SE-145] Highly Parallel Solver Performance Evaluation (Induction Heating)

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To accurately perform induction heating analysis, it is necessary to generate layered mesh not only on the surface of a workpiece but also on the inside. Conversely, if the mesh is too large, it will not be possible to obtain results within a realistic time so that it might be applied in the design and production workflow.
This document uses as an example an induction heating model to evaluate the performance of the highly parallel solver. As a result, it was found that even in thermal-magnetic field two-way coupled analysis including non-parallel processing such as mapping, a speed-up of 14 times was obtained using 256 parallel (MPP256) in contrast to the 8 parallel (SMP8).

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