[1078] - ForestClaw: Hybrid forest-of-octrees AMR for hyperbolic conservation laws

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Burstedde, C., Calhoun, D., Mandli, K., Terrel, A. R., 2014. ForestClaw: Hybrid forest-of-octrees AMR for hyperbolic conservation laws. In: Michael Bader, Arndt Bode, Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Michael Gerndt, Gerhard R. Joubert, Frans Peters (Eds.): Advances in Parallel Computing. Proc. of International Conference on Parallel Computing - ParCo2013, September 10 - 13, 2013, Munich, Germany, 253 - 262. DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-381-0-253.
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Title(s):Main Title: ForestClaw: Hybrid forest-of-octrees AMR for hyperbolic conservation laws
Description(s):Abstract: We present a new hybrid paradigm for parallel adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) that combines the scalability and lightweight architecture of tree-based AMR with the computational efficiency of patch-based solvers for hyperbolic conservation laws. The key idea is to interpret each leaf of the AMR hierarchy as one uniform compute patch in Rd with md degrees of freedom, where m is customarily between 8 and 32. Thus, computation on each patch can be optimized for speed, while we inherit the flexibility of adaptive meshes. In our work we choose to integrate with the p4est AMR library since it allows us to compose the mesh from multiple mapped octrees and enables the cubed sphere and other nontrivial multiblock geometries. We describe aspects of the parallel implementation and close with scalings for both MPI-only and OpenMP/MPI hybrid runs, where the largest MPI run executes on 16,384 CPU cores.
Identifier(s):DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-381-0-253
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Creator(s):Author: Carsten Burstedde
Author: Donna Calhoun
Author: Kyle Mandli
Author: Andy R. Terrel
Publisher:IOS Press
TR32 Topic:Atmosphere
Subject(s):CRC/TR32 Keywords: Adaptive mesh refinement, Parallel Computing, Numerical Methods
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File Name:BursteddeCalhounMandliEtAl13.pdf
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Size(s):10 Pages
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Date(s):Date Submitted: 2013-08-07
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Type:Event Paper
Proceedings Title:Advances in Parallel Computing
Proceedings Editor:Michael Bader, Arndt Bode, Hans-Joachim Bungartz, Michael Gerndt, Gerhard R. Joubert, Frans Peters
Page Range:253 - 262
Event Name:International Conference on Parallel Computing - ParCo2013
Event Type:Conference
Event Location:Munich, Germany
Event Period:10th of September, 2013 - 13th of September, 2013
Event Url:http://www.mac.tum.de/parco2013/
Metadata Details
Metadata Creator:Constanze Curdt
Metadata Created:2014-09-18
Metadata Last Updated:2014-09-18
Funding Phase:2
Metadata Language:English
Metadata Version:V40
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