TPLS is a powerful and efficient 3D Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) flow solver to simulate multiphase flows at unprecedented detail, speed and accuracy.
This flow solver has been developed by Lennon Ó Náraigh (School of Mathematical Sciences, University College Dublin), Prashant Valluri (School of Engineering, University of Edinburgh), David Scott and Iain Bethune (the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre at the University of Edinburgh) and Peter Spelt (Université de Lyon1, Claude Bernard) under the aegis of several HECToR computer time grants and funding from EPSRC and the HECToR dCSE programme administered by NAG.
TPLS solver is highly parallelisable and can simulate flows at ultrahigh resolution ( > 30 million grid points). Key features are:
1) Highly parallelisable using mixed OpenMP/MPI architecture
2) Optimised on HECToR (> 2048 Cores)
3) Fortran coding with PETSc subroutines
- High Resolution DNS solver
- Level-set interface capturing
- Hybrid MPI/OpenMP parallelisation
- Scales to 1000s of cores
- Uses Krylov Subspace solution methods from PETSc
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