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Computational fluid flow simulation on body fitted mesh geometry with IBM cell broadband engine architecture

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4 Author(s)
Nagy, Z. ; Comput. & Autom. Res. Inst., Hungarian Acad. of Sci., Budapest, Hungary ; Kiss, A. ; Kocsardi, S. ; Csik, A.

The solutions of partial differential equations (PDEs) play a key role in today's real world simulations. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is an important part of this area, which involves the problem of gas or fluid flow over different obstacles, e.g., air flow around vehicles, buildings, or the flow of water in the oceans. In engineering applications the temporal evolution of non-ideal, compressible fluids is quite often modeled by the system of Navier-Stokes equations. They are a coupled set of nonlinear hyperbolic partial differential equations and form a relatively simple, yet efficient model of compressible fluid dynamics. In the paper the implementation of a CFD on Body Fitted Mesh geometry on the Cell Broadband Engine is described. An arbitrary surface can be more easily simulated on body fitted mesh than on rectangular computation domain.

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Circuit Theory and Design, 2009. ECCTD 2009. European Conference on

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23-27 Aug. 2009