G. Michalski, N. Sczygiol
his paper presents a simulation of the casting solidification process performed on graphics processors compatible with nVidia CUDA architecture. The new approach shown in this paper allows the process of matrix building to be divided into two independent phases. The first is independent from the nodal temperature values computed in successive time–steps. The second is […]
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Hira Narang, Fan Wu, Aswad Abdul Shakur
Nowadays, a heat and mass transfer simulation plays an important role in various engineering and industrial fields. To analyze physical behaviors of a thermal environment, we have to simulate heat and mass transfer phenomena. However to obtain numerical solutions to heat and mass transfer equations is much time-consuming. In this paper, therefore, one of acceleration […]
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Claus Braun, Stefan Holst, Hans-Joachim Wunderlich, Juan Manuel Castillo, Joachim Gross
Markov-Chain Monte-Carlo (MCMC) methods are an important class of simulation techniques, which execute a sequence of simulation steps, where each new step depends on the previous ones. Due to this fundamental dependency, MCMC methods are inherently hard to parallelize on any architecture. The upcoming generations of hybrid CPU/GPGPU architectures with their multi-core CPUs and tightly […]
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F.Pardo, P.Lopez, D. Cabello
Infrared thermography is an attractive technique for non-destructive evaluation processes and particularly for detecting shallowly buried mines. Its use consists of subjecting the area under inspection to a source of natural or artificial heating/cooling process and studying the soil’s response by means of the analysis of its thermal evolution given by a temporal sequence of […]
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Liang Wang, Yi-sheng Zhang
With the evolution of graphics processing units (GPUs) in floating point operations and programmability, GPU has increasingly become powerful and cost-efficient computing architectures, its range of application has expanded tremendously, especially in the area of computational simulation. In this article, the Fourier method combined with GPU acceleration techniques is applied to simulate large-scale transient temperature […]
K.A. Hawick and D.P. Playne
The Time Dependent Ginzburg Landau(TDGL) equation models a complex scalar field and is used to study a variety of different physical systems and exhibits phase transitional behaviours that necessitate study using numerical simulation methods. We employ fast data-parallel simulation algorithms on Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) and report on performance data and stability tradeoffs from using […]
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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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Gregory R. Bowman, Xuhui Huang, Vijay S. Pande
Part of understanding a molecule’s conformational dynamics is mapping out the dominant metastable, or long lived, states that it occupies. Once identified, the rates for transitioning between these states may then be determined in order to create a complete model of the system’s conformational dynamics. Here we describe the use of the MSMBuilder package (now […]
H. Takizawa, N. Yamada, S. Sakai, H. Kobayashi
To analyze physical behaviors of a thermal environment, we have to simulate several heat transfer phenomena such as heat conduction, convection, and radiation. Among those phenomena, radiative heat transfer simulation is much time-consuming. In this paper, therefore, one of acceleration techniques developed in the graphics community that exploits a graphics processing unit (GPU) is applied […]
I. Buch, M. J. Harvey, T. Giorgino, D. P. Anderson, G. De Fabritiis
PMID: 20199097 Although molecular dynamics simulation methods are useful in the modeling of macromolecular systems, they remain computationally expensive, with production work requiring costly high-performance computing (HPC) resources. We review recent innovations in accelerating molecular dynamics on graphics processing units (GPUs), and we describe GPUGRID, a volunteer computing project that uses the GPU resources of […]

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