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FEATURE: How Multigrid Solver Acceleration Works
Posted Fri November 30, 2001 @05:59PM
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Solver We've got a new feature article cooked up on the multigrid acceleration method which is used by most of the commercial CFD codes today.
However, iterative solvers, while memory efficient, are notoriously slow. The multigrid acceleration technique speeds up iterative solvers tremendously allowing for realistic CFD models which otherwise would not be feasible on today's computers.
The article explains the pitfalls of iterative solvers and how the multigrid method achieves its remarkable results.

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