Hybrid Parallelization Techniques for Lattice Boltzmann Free Surface Flows
In the following, we will present an algorithm to perform adaptive free surface simulations with the lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) on machines with shared and distributed memory architectures. Performance results for different test cases and architectures will be given. The algorithm for parallelization yields a high performance, and can be combined with the adaptive LBM simulations. Moreover, the effects of the adaptive simulation on the parallel performance will be evaluated.
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