PARAMESH

In this paper we describe a community toolkit which is designed to provide parallel support with adaptive mesh capability for a large and important class of computational models, those using structured, logically Cartesian meshes. The package of Fortran 90 subroutines, called PARAMESH, is designed to provide an application developer with an easy route to extend an existing serial code which uses a logically Cartesian structured mesh into a parallel code with adaptive mesh refinement. Alternatively, in its simplest use, and with minimal effort, it can operate as a domain decomposition tool for users who want to parallelize their serial codes, but who do not wish to use adaptivity. The package can provide them with an incremental evolutionary path for their code, converting it first to uniformly refined parallel code, and then later if they so desire, adding adaptivity. (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)


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  9. Sui, Y.; Spelt, Peter D.M.: An efficient computational model for macroscale simulations of moving contact lines (2013)
  10. Jiang, Chaowei; Cui, Shuxin; Feng, Xueshang: Solving the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations by the AMR-CESE method (2012)
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  16. Houim, Ryan W.; Kuo, Kenneth K.: A low-dissipation and time-accurate method for compressible multi-component flow with variable specific heat ratios (2011)
  17. Thornburg, Jonathan: Adaptive mesh refinement for characteristic grids (2011)
  18. Tryggvason, Grétar; Scardovelli, Ruben; Zaleski, Stéphane: Direct numerical simulations of gas-liquid multiphase flows. (2011)
  19. Zuzio, D.; Estivalezes, J.L.: An efficient block parallel AMR method for two phase interfacial flow simulations (2011)
  20. Centrella, Joan; Baker, John G.; Kelly, Bernard J.; van Meter, James R.: Black-hole binaries, gravitational waves, and numerical relativity (2010)

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