The KULL IMC package. We describe the Kull IMC package, and Implicit Monte Carlo Program written for use in A and X division radiation hydro codes. The Kull IMC has been extensively tested. Written in C++ and using genericity via the template feature to allow easy integration into different codes, the Kull IMC currently runs coupled radiation hydrodynamic problems in 2 different 3D codes. A stand-alone version also exists, which has been parallelized with mesh replication. This version has been run on up to 384 processors on ASCI Blue Pacific.
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- Cleveland, Mathew A.; Gentile, Nick: Using hybrid implicit Monte Carlo diffusion to simulate gray radiation hydrodynamics (2015)
- Long, A.R.; Gentile, N.A.; Palmer, T.S.: The iterative thermal emission method: a more implicit modification of IMC (2014)
- Cleveland, Mathew A.; Brunner, Thomas A.; Gentile, Nicholas A.; Keasler, Jeffrey A.: Obtaining identical results with double precision global accuracy on different numbers of processors in parallel particle Monte Carlo simulations (2013)
- Gentile, N.A.: Including the effects of temperature-dependent opacities in the implicit Monte Carlo algorithm (2011)
- Gentile, N.A.: Implicit Monte Carlo radiation transport simulations of four test problems (2008)
- Brunner, Thomas A.; Urbatsch, Todd J.; Evans, Thomas M.; Gentile, Nicholas A.: Comparison of four parallel algorithms for domain decomposed implicit Monte Carlo (2006)
- Brunner, Thomas A.; Holloway, James Paul: Two-dimensional time dependent Riemann solvers for neutron transport (2005)