High-Cost CFD on a Low-Cost Cluster

@article{Hauser2000HighCostCO,
  title={High-Cost CFD on a Low-Cost Cluster},
  author={Thomas Hauser and Timothy Mattox and Raymond P. LeBeau and Henry G. Dietz and P. George Huang},
  journal={ACM/IEEE SC 2000 Conference (SC'00)},
  year={2000},
  pages={55-55}
}
Direct numerical simulation of the Navier-Stokes equations (DNS) is an important technique for the future of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in engineering applications. However, DNS requires massive computing resources. This paper presents a new approach for implementing high-cost DNS CFD using low-cost cluster hardware. After describing the DNS CFD code DNSTool, the paper focuses on the techniques and tools that we have developed to customize the performance of a cluster implementation of… CONTINUE READING
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