High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’98: Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 1998

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Egon Krause, Willi Jäger
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Mathematics - 455 pages
The book contains reports about the most significant projects from science and industry that are using the supercomputers of the Federal High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). These projects are from different scientific disciplines, with a focus on engineering, physics and chemistry. They were carefully selected in a peer-review process and are showcases for an innovative combination of state-of-the-art physical modeling, novel algorithms and the use of leading-edge parallel computer technology. As HLRS is in close cooperation with industrial companies, special emphasis has been put on the industrial relevance of results and methods.
 

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Contents

Computations of Convection Driven Spherical Dynamos
13
Dynamical Behaviour of Persistent Spins in the Triangular Potts Model
26
Interacting ParticleLiquid Systems
54
Parallel Seismic Data Processing
73
Solid State Physics
93
SU2spin Invariant Auxiliary Field Quantum MonteCarlo Algorithm
105
Numerical study of spincharge separation in one dimension
121
Towards a TimeDependent DensityFunctional Description of Multiple
142
T J Hüttl and R Friedrich
236
Parallelization of the CFD Code KAPPA for Distributed Memory Computers
252
Unsteady Flow Simulation in an Axial Flow Turbine Using
269
NavierStokesCalculations of the Flow around a Helicopter Fuselage
295
Parallel multilevel algorithms for solving the incompressible
308
A Parallel SoftwarePlatform for Solving Problems of Partial Differential
326
Reacting Flows
341
Engineering and ComputerScience
375

Chemistry and HighPerformance Computing
159
T Detmer P Schmelcher and L S Cederbaum
175
Computational Fluid Dynamics
196
High Performance Computing of Turbulent Flow in Complex
198
DNS of PointSource Induced Transition in an Airfoil BoundaryLayer Flow
213
H Finckh
388
Parallel SPH on CRAY T3E and NECSX4 Using
396
PISA Parallel Image Segmentation Algorithms
410
Construction of Large Permutation Representations for Matrix Groups
430
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