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This work represents an experience in using the hybrid parallel model to perform large-scale DNS. Advantages of the hybrid approach compared to the MPI-only approach are presented and discussed. The use of OpenMP in addition to MPI is demonstrated for modelling of compressible and incompressible flows using both structured and unstructured meshes. A parallel Poisson solver for incompressible flows with one periodic direction extended with the hybrid parallelization is presented. A two-level domain decomposition approach is considered for improving parallel algorithms for compressible flows.
An alternative strategy with partial data replication is represented as well. Several DNS examples with mesh sizes varying from 106 to 108 control volumes are given to demonstrate e±cient usage of the upgraded algorithms. Performance tests and simulations have been carried out on several parallel systems including Marenostrum, MVS-100000 and Lomonosov supercomputers.
CitationGorobets, A. [et al.]. Efficiency of large-scale CFD simulations on modern supercomputers using thousands of CPUS and hybrid MPI+OPENMP parallelization. A: European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics. "Fifth European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics". Lisboa: 2010, p. 1-12.
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