Simulation Techniques in Siegen / STS
The series Simulation Techniques in Siegen presents contributions to the field of scientific computing with a focus on the utilization of large-scale computing systems for highly resolved simulations. Applications, as well as numerical methods and their efficient implementation on modern supercomputers, are investigated and described.
- 01 | 12 | 2021Neda Ebrahimi Pour: Efficient high-order simulation of aeroacoustics from rigid body motion on massively parallel systems (STS, Vol. 6, Diss., 2021)
This work presents an efficient strategy to facilitate large-scale simulations of aeroacoustics induced by rigid body motion.
- 01 | 12 | 2021Verena Krupp: Efficient coupling of fluid and acoustic interaction on massively parallel systems (STS, Vol. 5, Diss., 2021)
This work presents an efficient coupling strategy to tackle the multi-scale problem posed by technical devices that radiate sound.
- 03 | 02 | 2021Kannan Masilamani: Framework for Coupled Simulation of Electrodialysis Processes (STS, Vol. 4, 2020, Diss.)
This thesis presents the development of a scalable coupled simulation framework to simulate the interactions of different physical phenomena. It employs rigorous models and develops a numerical strategy for coupled simulations implemented in the APESmate tool.
- 19 | 06 | 2017Jiaxing Qi / 齐家兴: Efficient Lattice Boltzmann Simulations on Large Scale High Performance Computing Systems, STS (2017), Vol. 3
This thesis presents efforts to attain efficient Lattice Boltzmann simulations on large scale parallel High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. To enable the fluid simulation on non-uniform meshes, a three-dimensional compact interpolation scheme is presented, which greatly reduces the computational effort.
- 29 | 09 | 2016Kartik Jain: Transition to Turbulence in Physiological Flows: Direct Numerical Simulation of Hemodynamics in Intracranial Aneurysms and Cerebrospinal Fluid Hydrodynamics in the Spinal Canal, STS (2016), Vol. 2
This issue investigates the onset of flow-transition in blood flow in intracranial aneurysms and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flow in the spinal canal of patients suffering from Chiari I malformation.
- 23 | 09 | 2016Harald Klimach: Parallel Multi-Scale-Simulations with Octrees and Coupled Applications, STS (2016), Vol. 1
This issue presents the development of scalable simulation tools for fluid flows and especially methods to compute direct aeroacoustic simulations.