Adaptive Finite Element Simulation of Flow and Transport Applications on Parallel Computers

Adaptive Finite Element Simulation of Flow and Transport Applications on Parallel Computers

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The dynamic nature of adaptive simulations pose particular issues for efficient implementation on distributed-memory parallel architectures. Communication cost, computational load balance, and memory requirements must all be considered when developing adaptive software for this class of machines. Specific extensions to the adaptive data structures to enable implementation on parallel computers is therefore considered in detail.In general, the intensity of these interactions becomes more severe in hypersonic flight regimes. ... Historical examples of hypersonic flight vehicles such as the X- 15 rocket plane and Space Shuttle Orbiter indicate that the consequences of not accounting for ... in the accurate prediction of SSI effects, we find that our list includes nearly all of the current research phenomena in high speed fluid dynamics.


Title:Adaptive Finite Element Simulation of Flow and Transport Applications on Parallel Computers
Author: Benjamin Shelton Kirk
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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