Hello,

I've succesfully used k-wave with the C++ binary for complex 3D models in previous projects.

However, for a very high frequency project (> 200 MHz), I've to come back to a 2D model since the grid size for my problem is at least 4096 x 8192 (in fact I should go up to 8192 x 16384) .

In order to reduce the computation time, I'like to use the C++ (or CUDA) implementation of k-wave, but this one is only available for 3D computation.

So, I'd like to know:

- if a 2D extension of the C++ (or CUDA) binaries is available ?

- if not, is it scheduled for a future release ?

- Otherwise, should I use a 3D grid with a grid dimension of 1 wrt to z ?

- In this case how to remove the PML in the 3rd dimension ?

- Or what would be the minimal grid dimension to use ?

Thanks a lot for your amazing work !

Nicolas