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Adaptacja siatek i przetwarzanie równoległe w symulacji przepływów transonicznych

Stanisław Gepner

Abstract

The thesis discusses problems encountered for adaptive flow simulations in a parallel computational environment. The methods described in the thesis have been developed in the scope of EU projects ADIGMA [1] and IDIHOM [2]. The adaptive method, suited for application in parallel computations, along with algorithms for estimation are discussed and presented. Further, a method necessary for preservation of boundary conformity of adapted meshes is discussed. Subsequently a strategy of dynamic load balancing is presented along with parallel efficiency results. Finally computational examples, varying in complexity, employing introduced numerical methods are presented.
Record ID
WUT2159c2e4b3d94406abfe04e1b12b388f
Diploma type
Doctor of Philosophy
Author
Title in Polish
Adaptacja siatek i przetwarzanie równoległe w symulacji przepływów transonicznych
Language
(pl) Polish
Certifying Unit
Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering (FPAE)
Discipline
mechanics / (technology domain) / (technological sciences)
Status
Finished
Defense Date
24-10-2014
Title date
28-10-2014
Supervisor
Jacek Rokicki Jacek Rokicki,, The Institute of Aeronautics and Applied Mechanics (FPAE/IAAM)Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering (FPAE)
Internal reviewers
External reviewers
Marek Morzyński Marek Morzyński,, External affiliation of publication: Politechnika Poznańska
Pages
116
Keywords in English
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Abstract in English
The thesis discusses problems encountered for adaptive flow simulations in a parallel computational environment. The methods described in the thesis have been developed in the scope of EU projects ADIGMA [1] and IDIHOM [2]. The adaptive method, suited for application in parallel computations, along with algorithms for estimation are discussed and presented. Further, a method necessary for preservation of boundary conformity of adapted meshes is discussed. Subsequently a strategy of dynamic load balancing is presented along with parallel efficiency results. Finally computational examples, varying in complexity, employing introduced numerical methods are presented.
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Uniform Resource Identifier
https://repo.pw.edu.pl/info/phd/WUT2159c2e4b3d94406abfe04e1b12b388f/
URN
urn:pw-repo:WUT2159c2e4b3d94406abfe04e1b12b388f

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