Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics '92: Proceedings of the Conference on Parallel CFD '92 : Implementations and Results Using Parallel Computers, New Brunswick, NJ, USA, 18-20 May, 1992
R. B. Pelz, Akin Ecer, J.. Haeuser, J. Häuser
North-Holland, 1993 - Science - 438 pages
Hardbound. Massively parallel computer systems are gaining wider acceptance in science and technology, with major computer companies entering the market. This is a clear sign that parallel computing is becoming a mature field. However, this rapid development in hardware must be matched by software, in particular for industrial computations. The research papers presented in this book cover many aspects of parallel computational fluid dynamics. Practical algorithms, simulation methods and numerical applications are tested and evaluated for the present range of supercomputer architectures.
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achieved additional algorithm application approach approximately architectures array balancing block boundary conditions calculations called cells coefficients communication compared complex Computational Fluid Dynamics configuration Connection Machine convergence cost data structures defined depends described developed direction discretization distributed domain effective efficiency element Engineering equations example exchange execution field Figure flow Fortran function geometries given global grid points implementation implicit increase initial integration interface involves iterations load Machine mapping massively parallel matrix memory mesh method multigrid Navier-Stokes needed neighboring nodes number of processors obtained operations overlapped panel parallel computers performance physical possible present pressure problem procedure processing provides reduced REFERENCES region scheme shown shows simple simulation single solution solved solver speed speedup step structure subdomains Table technique turbulence unit update values variables vector velocity volume vortex