Parallel CFD 2004, the sixteenth international conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics and other modern scientific domains, has been held since May 24th till May 27th, 2004 in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain. The specialized, high-level Parallel CFD conferences are organised on travelling locations all over the world, yearly because of multidisciplinary subject of parallel CFD and its rapidly evolving nature. The conference featured 8 invited lectures, 3 Mini Symposia, contributed papers and one Tutorial & Short Course. More than 80 multi-disciplinary presentations of the Parallel CFD had been presented, with participants from 17 countries. The sessions involved contributed papers on many diverse subjects including turbulence, complex flows, unstructured and adaptive grids, industrial applications, developments in software tools and environments as parallel optimization tools. This Book presents an up-to-date overview of the state of the art in parallel computational fluid dynamics.
- Report on current research in the field.
- Researchers around the world are included.
- Subject is important to all interested in solving large fluid dynamics problems.
- It is of interest to researchers in computer science, engineering and physical sciences.
- It is an interdisciplinary activity. Contributions include scientists with a variety of backgrounds.
- It is an area which is rapidly changing.
Engineering, Applied Science and Computer Science.
J. Jiménez - What Do We Need to Substitute Experiments With Simulations in Turbulence? G. F. Carey, W. Barth, B. Kirk and J.W. Peterson - Parallel CFD for Flow and Transport Applications Including Unstructured and Adaptive Grids. Y. Kaneda and M. Yokokawa - DNS of Canonical Turbulence with up to 4096³ Grid Points. S. Peigin and B. Epstein - Massive Parallelization as Principal Technology for Constrained Optimization of Aerodynamic Shapes. 1 DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATION & LARGE EDDY SIMULATION (I) J. M. McDonough and T. Yang- Parallel Performance of a New Model for Wildland Fire Spread Predictions. M. Soria, F. X. Trias, C. D. Pérez-Segarra and A. Oliva - Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Natural Convection Flows on PC Clusters Using a Fourth-Order Symmetry-Preserving Method. W. Lo and C. A. Lin - A Near Wall Treatment for Large Eddy Simulation. 2 SPECTRAL ELEMENT METHOD & LATTICE BOLTZMAN METHODS I. Boursier, D. Tromeur-Dervout and Y. Vassilevsky - Aitken-Schwarz Methods with Non Matching Finite Elements and Spectral Elements Grids for the Parallel Simulation of an Underground Waste Disposal Site Modelized by Up Scaling. G. Amati and F. Massaioli - Parallel and Serial Issues for a Lattice Boltzmann Method Code: A Performance Point of View. 3 GRID COMPUTING & INTEGRED PLATFORM & MONTECARLO SIMULATION
V. Ivannikov, S. Gaissaryan, A. Avetisyan and V. Padaryan - Checkpointing Improvement In ParJava Environment. 4 ENERGY PHYSICS R. Sentis and F. Duboc - Coupling Hydrodynamics with a Paraxial Solver for Laser Propagation. The HERA Plateform for Laser-Plasma Interaction. M. Borchardt, H. Leyh, J. Riemann and R. Schneider - Linux Cluster Computing for Stellarator Studies. 5 DIRECT NUMERICAL SIMULATION & LARGE EDDY SIMULATI
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University of Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain
Dassault-Aviation, Saint-Cloud, France
IUPUI, Indiana, USA
Indiana University Purdue, University Indianapolis, Purdue University School of Engineering, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA
Kyoto Institute of Technology, Matsugasaki, Sakuo-ku, Kyoto 606-8585, Japan