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Michael J. Iacono, David Berthiaume
Radiative transfer (RT) calculations are among the most computationally expensive components of global and regional weather and climate models, and radiation codes are therefore ideal candidates for applying techniques to improve the overall efficiency of such models. In many general circulation models (GCMs), a physically based radiation calculation can require as much as 30-50 percent […]
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Mohamed Wahib, Naoya Maruyama
SCALE-LES is a non-hydrostatic weather model developed at RIKEN, Japan. It is intended to be a global high- resolution model that would be scaled to exascale systems. This paper introduces the full GPU acceleration of all SCALE-LES modules. Moreover, the paper demonstrates the strategies to handle the unique challenges of accelerating SCALE-LES using GPU. The […]
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Rey DeLeon, Kyle Felzien, Inanc Senocak
A short-term wind power forecasting capability can be a valuable tool in the renewable energy industry to address load-balancing issues that arise from intermittent wind fields. Although numerical weather prediction models have been used to forecast winds, their applicability to micro-scale atmospheric boundary layer flows and ability to predict wind speeds at turbine hub height […]
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Sinan Shi
Numerical weather predicting models often require solving a 3-D Helmholtz problem which derived from the governing equation of dynamical core in Met Office Unified Model, by preconditioned iterative solvers. In this dissertation, a GPU implementation of preconditioned conjugate gradient (CG) iterative method will be focused on. A given serial code has been ported on GPU. […]
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Michel Muller
One of today’s biggest challenges in the field of high performance computing is the efficient exploitation of the heavily increasing parallelism on socket level, especially when both CPU and GPU resources are to be applied – a challenge becoming very real for the physical processes of ASUCA. ASUCA is the Japan Meteorological Agency’s next-generation weather […]
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P. Hanappe, A. Beurive, F. Laguzet, L. Steels, N. Bellouin, O. Boucher, Y. H. Yamazaki, T. Aina, M. Allen
We have optimised the atmospheric radiation algorithm of the FAMOUS climate model on several hardware platforms. The optimisation involved translating the Fortran code to C and restructuring the algorithm around the computation of a single air column. A task queue and a thread pool are used to distribute the computation to several processors. Finally, four […]
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Takashi Shimokawabe, Takayuki Aoki, Chiashi Muroi, Junichi Ishida, Kohei Kawano, Toshio Endo, Akira Nukada, Naoya Maruyama, Satoshi Matsuoka
Regional weather forecasting demands fast simulation over fine-grained grids, resulting in extremely memory- bottlenecked computation, a difficult problem on conventional supercomputers. Early work on accelerating mainstream weather code WRF using GPUs with their high memory performance, however, resulted in only minor speedup due to partial GPU porting of the huge code. Our full CUDA porting […]
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Van Thieu Vu, Gerard Cats, Lex Wolters
Programmable graphics processing units (GPUs) nowadays offer very high performance computing power at relatively low hardware cost and power consumption. In this paper, we present the implementation of the dynamics routine of the HIRLAM weather forecast model on the NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GX2 GPU card using the Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA) as parallel programming […]
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Mark W. Govett, Jacques Middlecoff, Tom Henderson
We are using GPUs to run a new weather model being developed at NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL). The parallelization approach is to run the entire model on the GPU and only rely on the CPU for model initialization, I/O, and inter-processor communications. We have written a compiler to convert Fortran into CUDA, and […]

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