## Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics '96: Algorithms and Results Using Advanced ComputersIn the last decade parallel computing has been put forward as the only computational answer to the increasing computational needs arising from very large and complex fluid dynamic problems. Considerable efforts are being made to use parallel computers efficiently to solve several fluid dynamic problems originating in aerospace, climate modelling and environmental applications. Parallel CFD Conferences are international and aim to increase discussion among researchers worldwide. Topics covered in this particular book include typical CFD areas such as turbulence, Navier-Stokes and Euler solvers, reactive flows, with a good balance between both university and industrial applications. In addition, other applications making extensive use of CFD such as climate modelling and environmental applications are also included. Anyone involved in the challenging field of Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics will find this volume useful in their daily work. |

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### Contents

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Turbulence | 59 |

Reactive Flows | 116 |

Mesh Partitioning and Adaptive Schemes | 140 |

NavierStokes Solvers | 182 |

Parallel Visualization and Postprocessing | 236 |

Implicit Schemes | 266 |

Parallel Applications | 297 |

Algorithms | 328 |

Software Tools and Environments | 384 |

Distributed Computing | 408 |

Climate Modelling and Hydrodynamics | 445 |

Domain Decomposition | 461 |

Special Session AEREA | 493 |

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1997 Elsevier Science 32 processors Advanced Computers Algorithms and Results application B.V. All rights benchmark blocks calculation cells coarse grid communication cost Computational Fluid Dynamics conﬁguration convection convergence CPU bound Cray T3D deﬁned discretization distributed memory domain decomposition DSMC Ecer efﬁciency Elsevier Science B.V. Euler explicit ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁne ﬁrst ﬁxed ﬂow ﬂuid ﬂux global grid points IBM SP2 implicit Intel Paragon interface iterations linear system load balancing machine matrix mesh message passing method multigrid Navier-Stokes equations NEC SX-4 nodes number of processors obtained optimal optimisation parallel CFD Parallel Computational Fluid parallelisation particles performance Periaux preconditioner problem programming reﬁnement Results Using Advanced Satofuka Editors scalability scheme Schiano shared memory signiﬁcant solution solved solver speedup splitting step structure subdomains supercomputer technique time-stepping turbulent unsteady unstructured unstructured grids update variables vector velocity visualization vortex vortices workstation