T. Takaki, R. Rojas, M Ohno, T. Shimokawabe, T. Aoki
A GPU code has been developed for a phase-field lattice Boltzmann (PFLB) method, which can simulate the dendritic growth with motion of solids in a dilute binary alloy melt. The GPU accelerated PFLB method has been implemented using CUDA C. The equiaxed dendritic growth in a shear flow and settling condition have been simulated by […]
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D.P. Playne and K.A. Hawick
Computational scientific simulations have long used parallel computers to increase their performance. Recently graphics cards have been utilised to provide this functionality. GPGPU APIs such as NVidia’s CUDA can be used to harness the power of GPUs for purposes other than computer graphics. GPUs are designed for processing twodimensional data. In previous work we have […]
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K.A. Hawick and D.P.Playne
The Cahn-Hilliard-Cook equation continues to be a useful model describing binary phase separation in systems such as alloys and other physical and chemical applications. We describe our investigation of this field equation and report on the various discretisation schemes we used to integrate the system in one-, two- and three-dimensions. We also discuss how the […]
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Akinori Yamanaka, Takayuki Aoki, Satoi Ogawa, Tomohiro Takaki
The phase-field simulation for dendritic solidification of a binary alloy has been accelerated by using a Graphic Processing Unit (GPU). To perform the phase-field simulation of the alloy solidification on GPU, a program code was developed with Computer Unified Device Architecture (CUDA). In this paper, the implementation technique of the phase-field model on GPU is […]

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