Berkeley UPC - Unified Parallel C
This movie demonstrates a visualization of a 2D run of the LBNL UPC Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) code, written by Michael Welcome. The solution is advanced using a second-order Godunov method ported from the Chombo library.
The problem is a Mach 10 shock wave (entering from the top-left) incident on a reflecting wall (bottom edge of image) at a 30 degree angle of attack. The program was built using the Berkeley UPC v2.2 compiler and run on "Ram" (an SGI Altix formerly located at at Oak Ridge National Laboratory) using the "shmem" GASNet conduit. It ran using 12 cpus. The domain was 1600 x 400 grid cells and it ran for 3200 timesteps.
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