HEAT_MPI:
FORTRAN90/MPI version.
Solve the 1D time-dependent heat equation.
Compute an approximate solution to the time dependent
one dimensional heat equation:
dH/dt - K * d2H/dx2 = f(x,t)
for 0.00000 = x_min < x < x_max = 1.00000
and 0.00000 = time_min < t <= t_max = 10.0000
Boundary conditions are specified at x_min and x_max.
Initial conditions are specified at time_min.
The finite difference method is used to discretize
the differential equation.
This uses 88 equally spaced points in X
and 400 equally spaced points in time.
Parallel execution is done using 8 processors.
Domain decomposition is used.
Each processor works on 11 nodes,
and shares some information with its immediate neighbors.
UPDATE
CFL stability criterion value = 0.378450
Wall clock elapsed seconds = 0.188398E-02
HEAT_MPI:
Normal end of execution.