# Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics '99

**Towards Teraflops, Optimization and Novel Formulations**

**Edited by:**

- D. Keyes, Old Dominion University, Department of Mathematics & Statistics, Norfork, VA 23529-0077, USA
- A. Ecer, Indiana University Purdue, University Indianapolis, Purdue University School of Engineering, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
- J. Periaux, Dassault-Aviation, 78 Quai Marcel Dassault, Saint-Cloud 92214, France
- N. Satofuka, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Matsugasaki, Sakuo-ku, Kyoto 606-8585, Japan
- P. Fox, Indiana University Purdue, University Indianapolis, Purdue University School of Engineering, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA

Contributed presentations were given by over 50 researchers representing the state of parallel CFD art and architecture from Asia, Europe, and North America. Major developments at the 1999 meeting were: (1) the effective use of as many as 2048 processors in implicit computations in CFD, (2) the acceptance that parallelism is now the 'easy part' of large-scale CFD compared to the difficulty of getting good per-node performance on the latest fast-clocked commodity processors with cache-based memory systems, (3) favorable prospects for Lattice-Boltzmann computations in CFD (especially for problems that Eulerian and even Lagrangian techniques do not handle well, such as two-phase flows and flows with exceedingly multiple-connected demains with a lot of holes in them, but even for conventional flows already handled well with the continuum-based approaches of PDEs), and (4) the nascent integration of optimization and very large-scale CFD.

Further details of Parallel CFD'99, as well as other conferences in this series, are available at http://www.parcfd.org

View full descriptionFurther details of Parallel CFD'99, as well as other conferences in this series, are available at http://www.parcfd.org

### Book information

- Published: September 2000
- Imprint: NORTH-HOLLAND
- ISBN: 978-0-444-82851-4

### Table of Contents

**Plenary Papers.**Parallel multigrid solution and optimization in compressible flow simulation and design (J.-A. Désideri, L. Fournier, S. Lanteri, N. Marco, B. Mantel, J. Périaux, J.F. Wang). High-performance spectral element algorithms and implementations (P.F. Fischer, H.M. Tufo). Operator splitting and domain decomposition for multiclusters (M. Garbey, D. Tromeur-Dervout). Development of the earth simulator (S. Kawai, M. Yokokawa, H. Ito, S. Shingu, K. Tani, K. Yoshida). Virtual manufacturing and design in the real world - implementation and scalability on HPCC systems (K.McManus, M. Cross, C. Walshaw, S. Johnson, C. Bailey, K. Pericleous, A. Sloan, P. Chow). Large-scale parallel viscous flow computations using an unstructured multigrid algorithm (D. Mavriplis).

**Contributed Papers.**Efficient Parallel Implementation of a Compact Higher-Order Maxwell Solver Using Spatial Filtering (R. Agarwal). Parallel Two-Level Methods for Three-dimensional Transonic Compressible Flow Simulations on Unstructured Meshes (R. Aitbayev, X.-C. Cai, M. Paraschivoiu). Parallel Calculation of Helicopter BVI Noise by a Moving Overlapped Grid Method (T. Aoyama, A. Ochi, S. Saito, E. Shima). Domain Decomposition Implementations for Parallel Solutions of 3D Navier-Stokes Equations (A.R. Aslan, U. Gulcat, A. Misirlioglu, F.O. Edis). Parallel Implementation of the Discontinuous Galerkin Method (A. Baggag, H.L. Atkins, D.E. Keyes). Numerical Simulations of Complex Flows with Lattice-Boltzmann Automata on Parallel Computers (J. Bernsdorf, G. Brenner, F. Durst, M. Baum). Parallel Preconditioners for KKT Systems Arising in Optimal Control of Viscous Incompressible Flows (G. Biros, O. Ghattas). Parallel Polynomial Preconditioners for the Analysis of Chaotic Flows in Rayleigh-Benard Convection (E. Bucchignani, A. Matrone, F. Stella). An Object-Oriented Software Framework for Building Parallel Navier-Stokes Solvers (X. Cai, H.P. Langtangen, O. Munthe). Parallel NAS3D: An Efficient Algorithm for Engineering Spray Simulations using LES (D. Caraeni, C. Bergstrom, L. Fuchs). Dynamic Load Balancing for Parallel CFD on NT Networks (Y.P. Chien, J.D. Chen, A. Ecer, H.U. Akay). Parallel Computer Simulation of a Chip Bonding to a Printed Circuit Board: In the Analysis Phase of a Design and Optimization Process for Electronic Packaging (P. Chow, C. Bailey, K. McManus, D. Wheeler, H. Lu, M. Cross, C. Addison). Implicit-explicit Hybrid Schemes for Radiation Hydrodynamics Suitable for Distributed Computer Systems (W. Dai, P.R. Woodward). Computations of Three-dimensional Compressible Rayleigh-Taylor Instability on SGI/Cray T3E (A. Deane). An Algorithm for Reducing Communication Cost in Parallel Computing (A. Ecer, E. Lemoine, I. Tarkan). Domain Decomposition Solution of Incompressible Flows using Unstructured Grids with pP2PI Elements (F.O. Edis, U. Gulcat, A.R. Aslan). Parallel Agglomeration Strategies for Industrial Unstructured Solvers (D.R. Emerson, Y.F. Hu, M. Ashworth). Parallel Computation of Turbulent Flows Around Complex Geometries on Hybrid Grids with the DLR-TAU Code (M. Galle, T. Gerhold, J. Evans). Parallel Implementation of a Commonly Used Internal Combustion Engine Code (A. Gel, I. Celik). Towards Realistic Performance Bounds for Implicity CFD Codes (W.D. Gropp, D.K. Kaushik, D.E. Keyes, B.F. Smith). A Parallel Computing Framework for Dynamic Power Balancing in Adaptive Mesh Refinement Applications (W. Huang, D. Tafti). A Two-Level Aggregation-Based Newton-Krylov-Schwarz Method for Hydrology (E.W. Jenkins, R.C. Berger, J.P. Hallberg, S.E. Howington, C.T. Kelley, J.H. Schmidt, A.K. Stagg, M.D. Tocci). The Next Four Orders of Magnitude in Performance for Parallel CFD (D.E. Keyes). Design of Large-Scale Parallel Simulations (M.G. Knepley, A.H. Sameh, V. Sarin). An Efficient Storage Technique for Parallel Schur Complement Method and Applications on Different Platforms (S. Kocak, H.U. Akay). Applications of the Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics method: The Need for Supercomputing (S. Kunze, E. Schnetter, R. Speith). Parallel Multigrid with Blockwise Smoothers for Multiblock Grids (I.M. Llorente, B. Diskin, N.D. Melson). An Articial Compressibility Solver for Parallel Simulation of Incompressible Two-Phase Flows (K. Morinishi, N. Satofuka). Implementation of a Parallel Framework for Aerodynamic Design Optimization on Unstructured Meshes (E.J. Nielsen, W.K. Anderson, D.K. Kaushik). Validation of a Parallel Version of the Explicit Projection Method for Turbulent Viscous Flows (S. Nilsson). Parallel Solution of Multibody Store Separation Problems by a Fictitious Domain Method (T.-W. Pan, V. Sarin, R. Glowinski, J. Périaux, A. Sameh). Efficient Parallel-by-Line Methods in CFD (A. Povitsky). An Automatable Generic Strategy for Dynamic Load Balancing in a Parallel Structured Mesh CFD Code (J.N. Rodrigues, S.P. Johnson, C. Walshaw, M. Cross). Parallel Performance of a Zonal Navier-Stokes Code on a Missile Flowfield (J. Sahu, K.R. Heavey, D.M. Pressel). Parallel Computation of Three-dimensional Two-phase Flows By Lattice-Boltzmann Method (N. Satofuka, T. Sakai). Parallelization and Optimization of a Large Eddy Simulation Code using and OpenMP for SGI Origin2000 Performance (P. Satya-narayana, R. Avancha, P. Mucci, R. Pletcher). Calculation of Unsteady Incompressible Flows on a Massively Parallel Computer Using the B.F.C. Coupled Method (K. Shimano, Y. Hamajima, C. Arakawa). A Parallel Algorithm for the Detailed Numerical Simulation of Reactive Flows (M. Soria, J. Cadafalch, R. Consul, K. Claramunt, A. Oliva). Parallelization of the Edge-based Stabilized Finite Element Method (A. Soulaimani, A. Rebaine, Y. Saad). The Need for Multigrid for Large Computations (A. Twerda, R.L. Verweij, T.W.J. Peeters, A.F. Bakker). Parallel Computations of Unsteady Euler Equations on Dynamically Deforming Unstructured Grids (A. Uzun, H.U. Akay, C.E. Bronnenberg). Parallelization and MPI Performance of Thermal Lattice Bolzmann Codes for Fluid Turbulence (G. Vahala, J. Carter, D. Wah, L. Vahala, P. Pavlo). Parallel Computation of Two-Phase Flows Using the Immiscible Lattice Gas (T. Watanabe, K. Ebihara). Parallel Performance Modeling of an Implicit Advection-Diffusion Solver (P. Wilders). A Parallel 3D Fully Implicit Unstead Multiblock CFD Code Implemented on a Beowulf Cluster (M.A. Woodgate, K.J. Badcock, B.E. Richards)