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CACR-170 X-33 Computation performed by the ParNSS code A Pure Java Parallel Flow Solver

By Jochem Hauser, Thorsten Ludewig, Torsten Gollnick, Ralf Winkelmnn, Roy Williams, Jean Muylaert and Martin Spel


In this paper an overview is given of the “Have Java ” 2 project to attain a pure Java parallel Navier-Stokes flow solver (JParNSS) based on the thread concept and remote method invocation (RMI). The goal of this project is to produce an industrial flow solver running on an arbitrary sequential or parallel architecture, utilizing the Internet, capable of handling the most complex 3D geometries as well as flow physics, and also linking to codes in other areas such as aeroelasticity etc. Since Java is completely object oriented the code has been written in an object-oriented programming (OOP) style. The code also includes a graphics user interface (GUI) as well as an interactive steering package for the parallel architecture. The Java OOP approach provides profoundly improved software productivity, robustness, and securit

Year: 2008
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