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Parallel computing is indisputably present in the future of high performance computing. For distributed memory systems, MPI is widely accepted as a de facto standard. However, I/O is often neglected when considering parallel performance. In this article, a number of I/O strategies for distributed memory systems will be examined. These will be evaluated in(More)
Post-flight analysis of the EXPERT mission requires the development of an advance methodology that enables the prediction of transition over hypersonic vehicles. Progress toward this methodology is achieved with the development of a CFD solver and a stability solver. Validation of these tools is achieved by comparison with experimental (VKI) and DNS (CTR)(More)
The COOLFluiD (Computational Object Oriented Libraries for Fluid Dynamics) project, officially started in 2002, has lead to the creation of a world-class, extremely modular col-laborative platform for high-performance scientific computing and multi-physics modeling. Target applications include Space Weather modeling, aeroacoustics, turbulence,(More)
In the development of software for computational science and engineering, multiple objectives come into play such as flexibility, efficiency and usability. Often these objectives seem to be driven by opposing forces rather than being complementary and able to be achieved simultaneously. Typically code flexibility, provided by dynamic extension points(More)