Navigable flow condition simulation based on two-dimensional hydrodynamic parallel model
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Navigable flow condition simulations can provide detailed information on water depth and velocity distribution, simulation speed is one of the key factors which influence real-time navigation. In this paper, a navigable flow condition simulation system is developed to provide useful information for waterway management and shipping safety. To improve the simulation speed of 2-D hydrodynamic model, an explicit finite volume method and OpenMP are used to realize parallel computing. Two mesh schemes and two computing platforms are adopted to study the parallel model’s performance in the Yangtze River, China. The results show that the parallel model achieves dramatic acceleration, with a maximum speedup ratio of 34.94×. The parallel model can determine the flow state of the navigable channel in about 4 min, efficiency is further improved by a flow simulation scheme database. The developed system can provide early warning information for shipping safety, allowing ships to choose better routes and navigation areas according to real-time navigable flow conditions.
Key words2-D hydrodynamic model finite volume method parallel computation OpenMP navigable flow condition
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