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Tech Report: Overflow Solver Performance on 512 CPU Origin
Posted Tue May 08, 2001 @04:32PM
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Solver The researchers at NASA Ames have developed a new highly-scalable parallelism technique for use with the Overflow CFD code. The new method, termed Multi-Level Parallelism (MLP), was designed to be simpler and more scalable than MPI. MLP was specifically designed for the new large CPU count shared memory systems.

Building on their success with Overflow, a Chimera grid based CFD solver, on a 256 CPU SGI Origin 2000, the Ames team applied the code to a new 512 processor Origin 2000.

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CHT '01
Posted Mon May 07, 2001 @05:07PM
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Announcements Looking for a forum to discuss ideas, methods, and results in computational heat transfer? Looking for an employer-sponsored Australian vacation? If you answered "yes" to either question, check out CHT '01.
ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL HEAT TRANSFER
Palm Cove, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
20-25 May, 2001

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2001 - A CFD Odyssey
Posted Mon May 07, 2001 @04:58PM
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Announcements Or is it oddity? ;-) The CFD Society of Canada, in conjunction with University of Waterloo, is hosting CFD2001 from May 27-29 in Kitchener, Ontario.
At the turn of the millennium, the application of CFD has reached a new frontier. CFD technology is now more potent and affordable with the seemingly endless increase in inexpensive computational power. Because of this, CFD has become a household design tool for many different industries at many different levels. CFD 2001 is a golden opportunity for academics, developers, and industries to join hands and forge new paths on this exciting odyssey.
The conference includes free seminars by AEA Technology and Fluent (as if you needed further incentive to visit Canada in May).

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CEI Adds Feature Extraction to EnSight Product
Posted Fri May 04, 2001 @11:35AM
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Post Processing CEI has broadened the capabilities of it's base level post processor by adding flow field feature extraction, previously only available in their EnSight Gold software.
"Our customers told us that flow-feature extraction is important for all kinds of CFD visualizations, not just the extremely large problems handled by EnSight Gold," says Kent Misegades. "Now, all EnSight users can automatically visualize and animate those factors that most impact the integrity of their designs."

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CFDRC Offers Free Seminars
Posted Fri May 04, 2001 @11:29AM
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ESI Group If you're out on the US west coast, here's your chance to learn about CFDRC's software offerings for free.
Join us for an informative, no-cost seminar on the exciting applications of CFD-ACE+, the leading multi-physics, numerical simulations software.
Go here to get the full scoop on the free seminars.

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CD and ICCM Begin Collaboration
Posted Wed May 02, 2001 @05:16PM
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CD-adapco In a move which may see STAR-CD gain fluid/structure interaction capabilities, Computational Dynamics has joined ICCM in a collaborative effort to develop ICCM's CFD code COMET.
...a collaboration to develop and sell the latter's CFD code COMET, which has multiphysics capabilities, including an embedded structures solver for fluid/structure interaction simulation. The agreement also involves joint development work on STAR-CD with the possible long-term goal of merging the two codes, which have complementary capabilities and common 'genes'.
I have often questioned the genes of my CFD software - or was it those of the developers? ;-). Let us know the genetic make-up of your CFD code by posting a comment to this story.

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