DualSPHysics: Open-source parallel CFD solver based on smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH). DualSPHysics is a hardware accelerated Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics code developed to solve free-surface flow problems. DualSPHysics is an open-source code developed and released under the terms of GNU General Public License (GPLv3). Along with the source code, a complete documentation that makes easy the compilation and execution of the source files is also distributed. The code has been shown to be efficient and reliable. The parallel power computing of Graphics Computing Units (GPUs) is used to accelerate DualSPHysics by up to two orders of magnitude compared to the performance of the serial version.

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  1. Jandaghian, M.; Shakibaeinia, A.: An enhanced weakly-compressible MPS method for free-surface flows (2020)
  2. Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu; Adams, Nikolaus: A consistent parallel isotropic unstructured mesh generation method based on multi-phase SPH (2020)
  3. Spreng, Fabian; Vacondio, Renato; Eberhard, Peter; Williams, John R.: An advanced study on discretization-error-based adaptivity in smoothed particle hydrodynamics (2020)
  4. Chow, Alex D.; Rogers, Benedict D.; Lind, Steven J.; Stansby, Peter K.: Numerical wave basin using incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics (ISPH) on a single GPU with vertical cylinder test cases (2019)
  5. Fourtakas, Georgios; Dominguez, Jose M.; Vacondio, Renato; Rogers, Benedict D.: Local uniform stencil (LUST) boundary condition for arbitrary 3-D boundaries in parallel smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) models (2019)
  6. Fu, Lin; Han, Luhui; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.: An isotropic unstructured mesh generation method based on a fluid relaxation analogy (2019)
  7. González-Cao, J.; Altomare, C.; Crespo, A. J. C.; Domínguez, J. M.; Gómez-Gesteira, M.; Kisacik, D.: On the accuracy of dualsphysics to assess violent collisions with coastal structures (2019)
  8. Green, Mashy D.; Vacondio, Renato; Peiró, Joaquim: A smoothed particle hydrodynamics numerical scheme with a consistent diffusion term for the continuity equation (2019)
  9. Gudžulić, Vladislav; Dang, Thai Son; Meschke, Günther: Computational modeling of fiber flow during casting of fresh concrete (2019)
  10. Halder, Yous V.; Sanderse, Benjamin; Koren, Barry: An adaptive minimum spanning tree multielement method for uncertainty quantification of smooth and discontinuous responses (2019)
  11. He, Jiandong; Lei, Juanmian: A GPU-accelerated TLSPH algorithm for 3D geometrical nonlinear structural analysis (2019)
  12. Ji, Zhe; Fu, Lin; Hu, Xiangyu Y.; Adams, Nikolaus A.: A new multi-resolution parallel framework for SPH (2019)
  13. Leonardi, Marzia; Domínguez, José M.; Rung, Thomas: An approximately consistent SPH simulation approach with variable particle resolution for engineering applications (2019)
  14. Mimault, Matthias; Ptashnyk, Mariya; Bassel, George W.; Dupuy, Lionel X.: Smoothed particle hydrodynamics for root growth mechanics (2019)
  15. Rakhsha, M.; Pazouki, A.; Serban, R.; Negrut, D.: Using a half-implicit integration scheme for the SPH-based solution of fluid-solid interaction problems (2019)
  16. Rek, Václav: Explicit integration of equations of motion solved on computer cluster. (2019)
  17. Shi, Yang; Wei, Jiahua; Li, Shaowu; Song, Peng; Zhang, Bangwen: A meshless WCSPH boundary treatment for open-channel flow over small-scale rough bed (2019)
  18. Sun, Peng Nan; Le Touzé, David; Zhang, Aman-M.: Study of a complex fluid-structure dam-breaking benchmark problem using a multi-phase SPH method with APR (2019)
  19. Wang, Pingping; Zhang, A-Man; Ming, Furen; Sun, Pengnan; Cheng, Han: A novel non-reflecting boundary condition for fluid dynamics solved by smoothed particle hydrodynamics (2019)
  20. Alimirzazadeh, Siamak; Jahanbakhsh, Ebrahim; Maertens, Audrey; Leguizamón, Sebastián; Avellan, François: GPU-accelerated 3-D finite volume particle method (2018)

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