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WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

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  1. WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

    GMS10.0 seem conflicted with Windows 10

    This is a hot topic and I see no response from Aquaveo... Is GMS compatible with Windows 10? You're falling behind the curve very quickly.
  2. WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

    Parrallel Computers

    Great. I'll be watching to see any new developments!
  3. WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

    Parrallel Computers

    Also, Visual Modflow claims to have parallel capability with MT3DMS. Is this merely with the reaction calculation?
  4. WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

    Parrallel Computers

    That's kind of surprising considering the work done 13 years ago: Parallel Processing of a Groundwater Contaminant Code by R. C. Arnett and L. E. Greenwade, May 22-26, 2000 at the 42nd Annual Cray User Group Meeting. They did determine that ~95% of the cpu time was spent in the advection calculation. Maybe they have completed the code optimization themselves. Get the pdf article here: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&frm=1&source=web&cd=4&cad=rja&ved=0CEEQFjAD&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.inl.gov%2Ftechnicalpublications%2FDocuments%2F2690197.pdf&ei=5b8XUtSiEbih4AO2qIDIBw&usg=AFQjCNHVz9uVzfYz1e8yoF5tuana0N1Pnw&sig2=nf6u8CayMJBCiYWwhkUn1w
  5. WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

    Parallel computing for MT3DMS

    I don't think I have to describe this very much. We all know what this means - faster run times! Does GMS plan to utilize parallel computing for multiple cores for its version of MT3DMS anytime soon?
  6. WetStone (Daniel S Fisher)

    Parrallel Computers

    Does MT3DMS use the parallel computation on multiple cores? If not, do you have plans to add that capability? Those transport run times are substantially longer than any flow modeling.