Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics 2001, Practice and Theory

1st Edition

Editors: P. Wilders P. Fox A. Ecer N. Satofuka Jacques Periaux
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444506726
eBook ISBN: 9780080538419
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 17th April 2002
Page Count: 416
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ParCFD 2001, the thirteenth international conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics took place in Egmond aan Zee, the Netherlands, from May 21-23, 2001. The specialized, high-level ParCFD conferences are organized yearly on traveling locations all over the world. A strong back-up is given by the central organization located in the USA

These proceedings of ParCFD 2001 represent 70% of the oral lectures presented at the meeting. All published papers were subjected to a refereeing process, which resulted in a uniformly high quality.<P> The papers cover not only the traditional areas of the ParCFD conferences, e.g. numerical schemes and algorithms, tools and environments, interdisciplinary topics, industrial applications, but, following local interests, also environmental and medical issues. These proceedings present an up-to-date overview of the state of the art in parallel computational fluid dynamics.


Industries: Aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, chemical engineering. Institutes/Departments: mechanical, fluid mechanics, aerospace, computer science Science and Technology Libraries

Table of Contents

1. Opening paper
An overview of ParCFD activities at Delft University of Technology (P. Wilders, B.J. Boersma, J.J. Derksen, A.W. Heemink, B. Ničeno, M. Pourquie, C. Vuik).

2. Invited and contributed papers
Noise predictions for shear layers (A.V. Alexandrov, B.N. Chetverushkin, T.K. Kozubskaya).

Framework for parallel simulations in air pollution modeling with local refinements (A. Antonov).

Aerodynamic studies on a Beowulf cluster (K.J. Badcock, M.A. Woodgate, K. Stevenson, B.E. Richards, M. Allan,G.S.L. Goura, R. Menzies).

Scalable numerical algorithms for efficient meta-computing of elliptic equations (N. Barberou, M. Garbey, M. Hess, T. Rossi, M. Resh, J. Toivanen,
D. Tromeur-Dervout). Direct numerical simulation of jet noise (B.J. Boersma).

Migrating from a parallel single block to a parallel multiblock flow solver (T.P. Bönisch, R. Rühle).

Parallel multidimensional residual distribution solver for turbulent flow simulations(D. Caraeni, M. Caraeni, L. Fuchs).

Parallel implementation of a line-implicit time-stepping algorithm (L. Carlsson, S. Nilsson).

Parallel simulation of dense gas and liquid flows based on the quasi gas dynamic system (B.N. Chetverushkin, N.G. Churbanova, M.A. Trapeznikova).

DLB 2.0 A distributed environment tool for supporting balanced execution of multiple parallel jobs on networked computers (Y.P. Chien, J.D. Chen, A. Ecer, H.U. Akay, J. Zhou).

Parallel computation of thrust reverser flows for subsonic transport aircraft (C. Chuck, S. Wiro


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About the Editor

P. Wilders

Affiliations and Expertise

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

P. Fox

Affiliations and Expertise

IUPUI, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.

A. Ecer

Affiliations and Expertise

Indiana University Purdue, University Indianapolis, Purdue University School of Engineering, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA

N. Satofuka

Affiliations and Expertise

Kyoto Institute of Technology, Matsugasaki, Sakuo-ku, Kyoto 606-8585, Japan

Jacques Periaux

Affiliations and Expertise

Dassault-Aviation, Saint-Cloud, France