Embedded Parallelization Approach for Optimization in Aerodynamic Design

@article{Peigin2004EmbeddedPA,
  title={Embedded Parallelization Approach for Optimization in Aerodynamic Design},
  author={S. Peigin and Boris Epstein},
  journal={The Journal of Supercomputing},
  year={2004},
  volume={29},
  pages={243-263}
}
A new efficient parallelization strategy for optimization of aerodynamic shapes is proposed. The optimization method employs a full Navier-Stokes solver for accurate estimation of the objective function. As such it requires huge computational resources which makes efficient parallelization crucial for successful promotion of the method to an engineering environment. The algorithm is based on a multilevel embedded parallelization approach, which includes (1) parallelization of the multiblock… CONTINUE READING
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