Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics 2005: Theory and by A. Deane, Gunther Brenner, David R. Emerson, James

By A. Deane, Gunther Brenner, David R. Emerson, James McDonough, Damien Tromeur-Dervout, N. Satofuka, A. Ecer, Jacques Periaux

The lawsuits from Parallel CFD 2005 protecting all facets of the speculation and functions of parallel computational fluid dynamics from the conventional to the extra modern matters.

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A. Wolf-Gladrow, Lattice-Gas Cellular Automata and Lattice Boltzmann Models, Vol. 1725 of Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Springer, Berlin, 2000. 3. S. Succi, The Lattice Boltzmann Equation – For Fluid Dynamics and Beyond, Claren­ don Press, 2001. 4. L. Oliker, J. C. A. Canning, J. Shalf, S. Ethier, Scientific computations on modern parallel vector systems, in: Proceedings of SC2004, CD-ROM, 2004. 5. T. Pohl, F. Deserno, N. Th¨ urey, U. R¨ ude, P. Lammers, G. Wellein, T. Zeiser, Per­ formance evaluation of parallel large-scale lattice Boltzmann applications on three supercomputing architectures, in: Proceedings of SC2004, CD-ROM, 2004.

R¨ ude, P. Lammers, G. Wellein, T. Zeiser, Per­ formance evaluation of parallel large-scale lattice Boltzmann applications on three supercomputing architectures, in: Proceedings of SC2004, CD-ROM, 2004. 6. F. Massaioli, G. Amati, Achieving high performance in a LBM code using OpenMP, in: EWOMP’02, Roma, Italy, 2002. 7. G. Wellein, T. Zeiser, S. Donath, G. Hager, On the single processor performance of simple lattice Boltzmann kernels, Computers & Fluids. 8. T. Pohl, M. Kowarschik, J. Wilke, K. Iglberger, U.

These Cartesian grids can be treated with efficient approximations leading to fast methods with low memory usage. Overlapping grids have been used successfully for the numerical solution of a variety of problems involving inviscid and viscous flows, see the references in [2,3] for example. S. Department of Energy by the University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory under contract No. W-7405-Eng-48. ∗ 22 Ω interpolation unused ghost point ∂Ω physical boundary i2 = N2 bc(2,2) G1 i2 = 0 G2 i1 = 0 i1 = N1 bc(1,1) bc(1,2) bc(2,1) Figure 1.

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