Computational Science and High Performance Computing IV: The 4th Russian-German Advanced Research Workshop, Freiburg, Germany, October 12 to 16, 2009

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This volume contains 27 contributions to the Forth Russian-German Advanced Research Workshop on Computational Science and High Performance Computing presented in October 2009 in Freiburg, Germany. The workshop was organized jointly by the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), the Institute of Computational Technologies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICT SB RAS) and the Section of Applied Mathematics of the University of Freiburg (IAM Freiburg) The contributions range from...

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This volume contains 27 contributions to the Forth Russian-German Advanced Research Workshop on Computational Science and High Performance Computing presented in October 2009 in Freiburg, Germany. The workshop was organized jointly by the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS), the Institute of Computational Technologies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICT SB RAS) and the Section of Applied Mathematics of the University of Freiburg (IAM Freiburg) The contributions range from computer science, mathematics and high performance computing to applications in mechanical and aerospace engineering. They show a wealth of theoretical work and simulation experience with a potential of bringing together theoretical mathematical modelling and usage of high performance computing systems presenting the state of the art of computational technologies.

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Egon Krause retired in 1998 from the chair of fluid mechanics at the RWTH Aachen.

Yuri Shokin is a full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the director of the Institute of Computational Technologies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICT SB RAS), the director of the Technopark Novosibirsk and a full professor of the Novosibirsk State University.

Dietmar Kröner is the full professor at the Section of Applied Mathematics of the University of Freiburg (IAM Freiburg).

Michael Resch is the director of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) and a full professor for Supercomputing at the University of Stuttgart.

Nina Shokina is a researcher at the the Section of Applied Mathematics of the University of Freiburg (IAM Freiburg) and a researcher at the Institute of Computational Technologies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICT SB RAS).

Dietmar Kröner is the full professor at the Section of Applied Mathematics of the University of Freiburg (IAM Freiburg).

Nina Shokina is a researcher at the the Section of Applied Mathematics of the University of Freiburg (IAM Freiburg) and a researcher at the Institute of Computational Technologies of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ICT SB RAS).

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Table of Contents

Adaptive Modelling of Two-Dimensional Shallow Water Flows with Wetting And Drying.- HPC Processor Technologies and Their Impact on Simulation.- A Parallel Implementation of FEM for a Boundary Value Problem for the Shallow Water Equations.- Parallel FVTD for Solving Maxwell Equations in Dielectric-Metal Composite Media.- Numerical Modeling of Work of Pulse Aerosol System of Fire Fighting on Computer Clusters.- Stagnant Vortex Flow.- Numerical Modelling of surfaceWaterWaves Arising Due to Movement of Underwater Landslide on Irregular Bottom Slope.- Simulation of Geophysical Problems with DUNE-FEM..- On Modeling of Mechanical Properties of Fibrous Composites.- Well-Balanced Path-Consistent Finite Volume EG Schemes for the Two-Layer Shallow Water Equations.- Some Features of the Landslide Mechanism of Surface Waves Generation in Real Basins.- Multiscale Analyses for the Shallow Water Equations.- Shallow Water Equations for Shear Flows.- A Language for the Definition of Fortran Source to Source Transformations.-Tsunami Modelling With Unstructured Grids. Interaction Between Tides and Tsunami Waves.- A Geometry Independent Slope Limiter for the Discontinuous Galerkin Method.- Two-Fluid Barotropic Models for Powder-Snow Avalanche Flows.- Hierarchy Analysis and Reduction of Reacting Flow Systems.- Two-Dimensional Nonstationary Mathematical Model of Water Catchment.- Central-Upwind Schemes for Boussinesq Paradigm Equations.- Parallel Lattice-Boltzmann Simulation of Transitional Flow on Non-Uniform Grids.- Combined Approach to Numerical Simulation of Spatial Nonlinear Waves in Shallow Water with Various Bottom Topography.- Algorithm for Solving Non-Stationary Three-Dimensional Navier-Stokes Equations with Large Reynolds Numbers on Multiprocessor Systems.- Numerical Modeling of Non-Homogeneous Turbulence on Cluster Computing System.- Dynamic Finite Element Analysis of Cancellous Bone Micro Structure.- Three-dimensional Numerical Modeling of Stratified Flows in Littoral Zone of Israel Using Shallow Water Approximation.- A Cartesian Cut-Cell Solver For Compressible Flows.

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