Abstract: The aim of the R&D-project is development and application of new programming paradigms in high performance computing through the adaptation of Casulli algorithms for arriving parallel computer architectures with hardware acceleration. Additionally, the existing advection schemes should be adapted for all flow regimes. Continue reading →
Jacek A. Jankowski. Bringing the principal 2Dxy scheme to a GPU, 8th UnTRIM Workshop, Trento, 9-11 May 2011.
The first part of the presentation concerns the process of finding an optimal GPU porting method for the principal two-dimensional, vertically integrated semi-implicit scheme for general free surface flows. Continue reading →
Abstract. The parallel implementation of an unstructured-grid, three-dimensional, semi-implicit finite difference and finite volume model for the free surface Navier-Stokes equations (UnTRIM) is presented and discussed. The new developments are aimed to make the code available for high performance computing in order to address larger, complex problems in environmental free surface flows. Continue reading →
Jacek A. Jankowski. UnTRIM parallelization with message passing, 3rd UnTRIM Workshop, Trento, 15-17 May 2006.
This is a second part of the UnTRIM parallelisation project presentations — for the background, see the previous post. The most important issue addressed so far concerns absolving a number of stringent verification tests applied for checking the parallel implementation correctness as well as the user steering of the model. Continue reading →
Jacek A. Jankowski. UnTRIM parallelization with message passing, 2nd UnTRIM Workshop, Sirmione, 23-25 May 2005.
The main ideas behind the parallelisation of UnTRIM applying the domain decomposition method and the message passing (MPI) are discussed. The issues concerning the mesh partitioning, point-to-point communication over the mesh-overlapping areas (halos) for purely triangular and mixed (triangles and quadrangles) meshes and the problems connected with the Lagrangian advection scheme are thoroughly described. Continue reading →