Proceedings International Conference on Parallel Processing Workshops (2001)
Sept. 3, 2001 to Sept. 7, 2001
Edgar Gabriel , High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart
Marc Lange , High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart
Roland Rühle , High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart
Abstract: Direct numerical simulations (DNS) have become one of the most important tools to investigate turbulent combustion at a fundamental level. The enormous computational requirements of a DNS including detailed chemical reaction schemes cannot be met by even the world's most powerful supercomputers. This paper therefore presents the results of an investigation of using a code for direct simulations of chemically reacting flows in heterogeneous, distributed computing environments.
E. Gabriel, M. Lange and R. Rühle, "Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Reactive Flows in a Metacomputing Environment," Proceedings International Conference on Parallel Processing Workshops(ICPPW), Valencia, Spain, 2001, pp. 0237.