High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering '10: Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart (HLRS) 2010 / Edition 1

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Overview

This book presents the state-of-the-art in simulation on supercomputers. Leading researchers present results achieved on systems of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) for the year 2010. The reports cover all fields of computational science and engineering, ranging from CFD to computational physics and chemistry to computer science, with a special emphasis on industrially relevant applications. Presenting results for both vector systems and microprocessor-based systems, the book makes it possible to compare the performance levels and usability of various architectures. As HLRS operates the largest NEC SX-8 vector system in the world, this book gives an excellent insight into the potential of vector systems, covering the main methods in high performance computing. Its outstanding results in achieving the highest performance for production codes are of particular interest for both scientists and engineers. The book includes a wealth of color illustrations and tables.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642157479
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 7/14/2011
  • Edition description: 2011
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 500
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Wolfgang E. Nagel: Chair of Computer Architecture at Technical University Dresden, Germany. Director of the Center for Information Services and High Performance Computing (ZIH) in Dresden; Chairman of the Advisory Board for the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). Dietmar Kröner: Chair of Applied Mathematics at the University of Freiburg. Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Board for the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS). Michael Resch: Chair of high performance computing at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. Director of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart; Member of the board of the high performance computing competence center of the state of Baden-Württemberg, Winner of HPC Challenge 2003 at SC’2003, Invited Plenary Speaker at SC’07, Reno, USA

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Table of Contents

Physics P. Nielaba 1

Spin-Liquid Phase in the Hubbard Model on the Honeycomb Lattice Z.Y. Meng T.C. Lang S. Wessel F.F. Assaad A. Muramatsu 5

Massive and Massless Four-Loop Integrals J.H. Kuhn P. Marquard M. Steinhauser M. Tentyukov 19

Ligand Protected Gold Alloy Clusters as Superatoms M. Walter 29

The Chiral Critical Surface of QCD Ph. de Forcrand O. Philipsen 43

Mesoscopic Simulations of Polyelectrolyte Electrophoresis in Nanochannels J. Smiatek F. Schmid 53

The SuperN-Project: An Update on Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations B. Miiller L. Hüdepohl A. Marek F. Hanke H.-Th. Janka 69

Higgs Boson Mass Bounds from a Chirally Invariant Lattice Higgs-Yukawa Model P. Gerhold K. Jansen J. Kallaracka l85

Dust, Chemistry & Radiation Transport in MRI-Turbulent Protoplanetary Discs M. Flaig W. Kley R. Kissman P. Ruoff 103

Solid State Physics W. Hanke 117

Organic-Metal Interface: Adsorption of Cysteine on Au(llO) from First Principles B. Hoffling F. Ortmann K. Hannewald F. Bechstedt 119

Ab-initio Characterization of Electronic Properties of PbTe Quantum Dots Embedded in a CdTe Matrix R. Leitsmann F. Beckstedt 135

Si(lll)-In Nanowire Optical Response from Large-scale Ab Initio Calculations W.G. Schmidt S. Wippermann E. Raids U. Gerstmann S. Sanna G. Thierfelder M. Landmann L.S. dos Santos 149

Laser; Ablation of Metals J. Roth C. Trichet H.-R. Trebin S. Sonntag 159

Conductance and Noise Correlations of Correlated Nanostructures A. Branschädel P. Schmitteckert 169

Cu Substitutionals and Defect Complexes in the Lead-Free Ferroelectric KNN S. Körbel C. Elsasser 181

Reacting Flows D. Kroner 189

Scalar Mixing in Droplet Arrays in Stagnant and Convective Environments A. Kronenburg M.R.G. Zoby S. Navarro-Martinez A.J. Marquis 191

Euler-Lagrange Simulation of a LOX/H2 Model Combustor with Single Shear Coaxial Injector M. Lempke P. Gerlinger M. Rachner M. Aigner 203

Simulation of Triflux Heat Exchangers in Utility Boilers A. Matschke M. Mutter U. Schnell G. Scheffknecht 217

Computational Fluid Dynamics S. Wagner 229

Direct Numerical Simulation of Swept-Wing Laminar Flow Control Using Pinpoint Suction T.A Friederich M.J. Kloker 231

A Numerical Study of Turbulent Stably-Stratified Plane Couette Flow M. Garcia- Villalba B. Azagra M. Uhlmann 251

DNS of Unsteady Heat Transfer Increase on a Curved Surface Due to Wake-Induced Turbulence D. von Terzi L. Venema H.-J. Bauer W. Rodi 263

Application of a Novel Turbulence Generator to Multiphase Flow Computations G. Ruber H. Gomaa B. Weigand 273

Numerical Investigation on the Deformation of Droplets in High-Pressure Homogenizers K. Kissling S. Schutz M. Piesche 287

Direct Numerical Simulation of Sediment Transport in Turbulent Open Channel Flow C. Chan-Braun M. Garcia- Villalba M. Uhlmann 295

Grid Sensitivity of LES Heat Transfer Results of a Turbulent Round Impinging Jet S. O. Neumann N. Uddin B. Weigand 307

Large Eddy Simulations of a Jet in Crossflow F. C. C. Galeazzo P. Habisreuther N. Zarzalis 327

The Impact of Secondary Mean Vortices on Turbulent Separation in 3D Diffusers D. von Terzi H. Schneider H.-J. Bauer 339

Time-Dependent Three-Dimensional Simulation of the Turbulent Flow and Heat Transfer in Czochralski Crystal Growth Including the Three-Phase Boundary Movement A. Raufeisen M. Breuer T. Botsch A. Delgado 353

Numerical Investigation of Shock Wave Boundary-Layer Interaction Using a Zonal RANS-LES Ansatz B. Roidl M. Meinke W. Schroder 369

Large Eddy Simulation of the Cyclic Variations in an Internal Combustion Engine F. Magagnato A. Walcker M. Gabi 385

CFD-CSD-Coupled Simulations of Helicopter Rotors Using an Unstructured Flow Solver F. Bensing M. Kefler E. Kramer 393

Wake Signature of Finite-Span Flapping Rigid Wings J.E. Guerrero 407

Computational Design Study of a 3D Hypersonic Intake for Scramjet Demonstrator Testing B. Reinartz M. Behr 429

Characterization of Mixing in Food Extrusion and Emulsification Processes by Using CFD M.A. Emin K. Kohler M. Schlender H.P. Schuchmann 443

Transport and Climate C. Kottmeier 463

Modelling Regional Climate Change in Germany P. Berg H.-J. Panitz G. Schadler H. Feldmann C. Kottmeier 467

Modelling the Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones and Its Downstream Impact C.M. Grams S.C Jones 479

Global Long-Term MIPAS Data Processing: Some Aspects of the Dynamics of the Atmosphere from Lower Stratosphere to Lower Thermosphere M- Kiefer B. Funke U. Grabowski A. Linden 501

Miscellaneous Topics W. Schroder 515

Computer Simulation for Building Implosion Using LS-DYNA G. Michaloudis S. Mattern K. Schweizerhof 519

Quaero Speech-to-Text and Text Translation Evaluation Systems S. Stuker K. Kilgour J. Niehues 529

Molecular Modeling of Hydrogen Bonding Fluids: Transport Properties and Vapor-Liquid Coexistence J. Vrabec G- Guevara-Carrion T. Merker H. Hasse 543

Software Framework UG: Parallel Simulation of a Three-Dimensional Benchmark Problem for Thermohaline-Driven Flow M. Lampe A. Grillo G. Wittum 553

Tailored Usage of the NEC SX-8 and SX-9 Systems in Satellite Geodesy M. Roth O. Baur W. Keller 561

A Geodynamic Model of the Evolution of the Earth's Chemical Mantle Reservoirs U. Walzer R. Bendel 573

Three-Dimensional Simulation of Rarefied Plasma Flows Using a High Order Particle in Cell Method J. Neudorfer T. Stindl A. Stock R. Schneider D. Petkow S. Roller C.-D. Munz M. Auweter-Kurtz 593

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