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Over the last several years there has been a major thrust at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory toward building extremely large scale computing clusters based on open source software and commodity hardware. On the storage front, our efforts have focused upon the development of the Lustre[1] file system and bringing it into production in our computer(More)
This work examines the parallel scalability characteristics of commercial CFD software FLUENT and STAR-CD for up to 256 processing cores, and research CFD software CDP from Stanford University for up to 512 cores – for transient CFD simulations that heavy in IO relative to numerical operations. In three independent studies conducted with engineering(More)
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