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📙 Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics 1993. New Trends and Advances by A. Ecer, J. Hauser, P. Leca and J. Periaux (Eds.) — free epub


Content:
Preface, Page v
- Acknowledgements, Page vi
Parallel CFD applications: Experiences on scalable distributed multicomputers, Pages 3-12, P. Schiano, A. Matrone
The investigation of 3d viscous gas flow over complex geometries using multiprocessor transputer system, Pages 13-20, S.V. Peigin, S.V. Timchenko
Massively parallel finite element computation of 3d flows - mesh update strategies in computation of moving boundaries and interfaces°, Pages 21-30, T. Tezduyar, S. Aliabadi, M. Behr, A. Johnson, S. Mittal
Adaptive domain decomposition and parallel cfd, Pages 31-40, D.R. McCarthy, W.R. Jones
A Review of the exploitation of parallel processing in environmental modelling, Pages 41-50, M. Ashworth
On the numerical wind tunnel (NWT) program, Pages 51-60, T. Iwamiya, M. Fukuda, T. Nakamura, M. Yoshida
Parallel solution methods for the Navier-Stokes equations, Pages 61-70, R. Rannacher
On parallel simulation of reactive flows on an IBM RS/60000 workstation-cluster, Pages 73-80, F.K. Hebeker
Parallelization of a direct simulation monte-carlo code for workstation cluster, Pages 81-88, D. Hafermann, M. Kuntz, W. Rönsch
A strategy for load balancing problems in advanced CFD multiblock solvers on distributed memory machines, Pages 89-96, C. de Nicola, L. Paparone, V. Puoti, R. Tognaccini
Parallel computation of 2d jet/airflow interaction, Pages 97-106, J. Grawe, S. Wagner
Computation of aerodynamic flows using improved parallelization procedures, Pages 109-116, D. Drikakis, F. Durst
Parallel magnetohydrodynamics on myrias mimd computers, Pages 117-124, R. Rankin, J. P. De Villiers, J.C. Samson
Parallelizing the 2D model of the integrated forecasting system, Pages 125-132, Ute Gärtel, Wolfgang Joppich, Anton Schüller
Dataparallel implicit Navier–Stokes solver on different multiprocessors, Pages 133-140, Thomas Michl, Siegfried Wagner, Michael Lenke, Arndt Bode
Parallel computations of turbulent transonic flows on a meiko computing surface, Pages 143-150, D. Golby, M.A Leschziner
Calculation of fluid loading on offshore structures using parallel distributed memory MIMD computers, Pages 151-160, N. Hardy, M.J. Downie, P. Bettess
Comparison of direct particle simulation on the MasPar MP-2 and the connection machine CM-2, Pages 163-171, L. Dagum, J.D. McDonald
Parallel lattice-boltzmann simulation of three-dimensional convective flow, Pages 173-180, John Argyris, Gerald Pätzold
A serial data-parallel multi-block method for compressible flow computations, Pages 181-188, M.L. Sawley, J.K. Tegnér, C.M. Bergman
Adaptive Time-Dependent CFD on Distributed Unstructured Meshes, Pages 191-198, Chris Walshaw, Martin Berzins
FLO67P: A multi-block version Of FLO67 running within paragrid, Pages 199-206, F. Dellagiacoma, M. Vitaletti, A. Jameson, L. Martinelli, S. Sibilla, L. Visintini
Parallel unstructured mesh CFD codes: A role for recursive clustering techniques in mesh decomposition, Pages 207-214, B W Jones, K McManus, M Cross, M G Everett, S Johnson
SPAFS - Software for parallelizing flow solvers, Pages 217-223, Sivasubramanian Narayanan
Partitioning and scheduling algorithms and their implementation in FELISA - An unstructured grid euler solver, Pages 225-232, Y.F. Hu, R.J. Blake, J. Peiro, J. Peraire, K. Morgan
Optimization of mesh partitions and impact on parallel CFD, Pages 233-239, D. Vanderstraeten, R. Keunings, C. Farhat
A parallel block-structured euler/navier-stokes code with adaptive refinement and run-time load balancing on the iPSC/860, Pages 243-250, Kurt Lust, Johan De Keyser, Dirk Roose
CAPTools - An interactive toolkit for mapping CFD codes onto parallel architectures, Pages 251-259, C.S. Ierotheou, M. Cross, S.P. Johnson, P.F. Leggett
Arborescent data structures and lazy evaluation: A new approach to numerical problems, Pages 261-268, Manuel Carcenac
Implementation of an industrial cfd code on a massively parallel computer with distributed memory, Pages 271-276, F. Choukroun, F.X. Roux, C. Borel, M. Brédif
Massive parallel implementation of the aircraft euler method and performance tests on different computational platforms, Pages 277-285, Edgar A. Gerteisen, Antony Jameson
Simulation of electromagnetic wave interactions on large MIMD supercomputers, Pages 289-294, Guillaume Alleon, Eric Duceau
A concurrent Navier-Stokes solver for implicit multibody calculations, Pages 295-305, Johnson C.T. Wang, Stephen Taylor
A parallel Block-Jacobi euler and Navier-Stokes solver, Pages 307-314, Carl B. Jenssen
A one shot domain decomposition/fictitious domain method for the solution of elliptic equations, Pages 317-324, Roland Glowinski, Tsorng-Whay Pan, Jacques Periaux
A Parallel preconditioned CG type method for incompressible Navier-Stokes equations, Pages 325-332, F. Stella, M. Marrone, E. Bucchignani
tmParallel implicit navier-stokes solvers on the intel paragon supercomputer, Pages 333-340, M.C. Tsai
Load balancing for parallel computation of fluid dynamics problems, Pages 341-348, Y.P. Chien, F. Carpenter, A. Ecer, H.U. Akay
Parallelization via domain decomposition techniques of multigrid and adi solvers for navier-stokes equations, Pages 349-356, D. Tromeur-Dervout, F.-X. Roux
A Schur type method based on Outflow Boundary Conditions, Pages 359-361, F. Nataf, F. Rogier
Parallel Computation of a Combustion Problem, Pages 363-371, Frederic Desprez, Marc Garbey
A Domain Decomposition Method for Hyperbolic Problems in 2D, Pages 373-380, Lina Hemmingsson
Basic linear parallel solver for large CFD applications using decomposed unstructured meshes, Pages 381-388, N. Bouhamou, Q.V. Dinh, J. PĂ©riaux, A. Ecer, U. Gulcat, P. Leca, F.X. Roux,
Parallel Implicit Solvers for Steady, Compressible Aerodynamics, Pages 391-399, William D. Gropp, David E. Keyes, M. Driss Tidriri
Parallel preconditioning for CFD problems on the CM-5, Pages 401-410, Mark D. Kremenetsky, John Richardson, Horst D. Simon
Iterative methods for the solution of integral viscoelastic equations on parallel computers, Pages 411-418, R. Aggarwal, F.-X. Roux, R. Keunings
Viscous flow computations on the connection machine by a finite element Petrov-Galerkin scheme, Pages 421-428, Remi Choquet, Penelope Leyland
Implementation of unstructured finite element codes on different parallel computers, Pages 429-442, Lars Bomholt, Pénélope Leyland
Simulation of complex incompressible flows using a finite element solver on MIMD machines, Pages 443-450, Ravi Ramamurti, Rainald Löhner
Parallel implementation of recursive spectral bisection on the connection machine CM-5 system, Pages 451-459, Zdenek Johan, Kapil K. Mathur, S. Lennart Johnsson, Thomas J.R. Hughes
Computation on a massively parallel machine of turbulent reactive flows using an eulerian-lagrangian probabilistic approach, Pages 463-468, F. Pit, F. Rogier
Parallel computation of turbulent recirculating combustion processes and chemically reacting industrial flows, Pages 469-476, X.J. Gu, D. Bradley, P.H. Gaskell, D.R. Emerson, J.G. Carter, R.J. Blake, R.J. Allan
Modelling three-dimensional gas-turbine-combustor-model flows on parallel machine with distributed memory, Pages 477-484, J.K. Lee, Y.-Y. Chen, C.A. Lin, C.M. Lu
A parallel compressible 3d Navier-Stokes solver using unstructured meshes, Pages 487-495, Mark Loriot, Loula Fezoui
Parallel solution of the incompressible two dimensional Navier-Stokes equations using a spectral galerkin formulation, Pages 497-504, D.P. Jones, S.P. Fiddes
Implementation of a symmetric boundary element method on distributed memory computers for 3D maxwell equations, Pages 505-512, P. Charrier, J. Roman, P. Vezolle
Parallelization of a 3D CFD code, Pages 515-524, L. Le Toullec, Ph. Guillen
Parallel computation of 2-D potential and euler equations on transputer arrays, Pages 525-532, Nobuyuki Satofuka, Masanori Obata, Toshihiro Suzuki
Steps toward a machine independent parallelization of the sanders and weiser algorithm, Pages 533-541, Clark M. Mobarry, Udaya A. Ranawake, John R. Thorp
A generic parallel adaptive-grid navier-stokes algorithm, Pages 545-552, Y. Kallinderis, A. Vidwans
An adaptive, unstructured solver for three dimensional viscous flows on massively parallel computers, Pages 553-560, Z. Weinberg, L.N. Long
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