Dawes, WN and Dhanasekaran, PC and Kellar, WP (2011) Acceleration of an unstructured hybrid mesh RANS solver by porting to GPU architectures. In: UNSPECIFIED.Full text not available from this repository.
The modern CFD process consists of mesh generation, flow solving and post-processing integrated into an automated workflow. During the last several years we have developed and published research aimed at producing a meshing and geometry editing system, implemented in an end-to-end parallel, scalable manner and capable of automatic handling of large scale, real world applications. The particular focus of this paper is the associated unstructured mesh RANS flow solver and the porting of it to GPU architectures. After briefly describing the solver itself, the special issues associated with porting codes using unstructured data structures are discussed - followed by some application examples. Copyright © 2011 by W.N. Dawes.
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