AQUAgpusph

AQUAgpusph: A free SPH software accelerated with OpenCL. AQUAgpusph is a free SPH solver developed by the CEHINAV group. The main features of AQUAgpusph are: It is free software, so you are welcomed to use, edit and distribute it. It is accelerated with OpenCL. It is enforced with a wide variety of boundary conditions. It is modable. It is extensible with Python scripts. A powerful runtime output has been implemented.


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  1. Xu, Nengxiong; Mei, Gang; Qin, Jiayu; Li, Yazhe; Xu, Liangliang: GeoMFree (^\operatorname3D): a package of meshfree local radial point interpolation method (RPIM) for geomechanics (2021)
  2. Tang, Yuehao; Chen, Shengyun; Jiang, Qinghui: A conservative SPH scheme using exact projection with semi-analytical boundary method for free-surface flows (2020)
  3. Zhang, Chi; Rezavand, Massoud; Hu, Xiangyu: Dual-criteria time stepping for weakly compressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics (2020)
  4. Calderon-Sanchez, J.; Cercos-Pita, J. L.; Duque, D.: A geometric formulation of the Shepard renormalization factor (2019)
  5. He, Jiandong; Lei, Juanmian: A GPU-accelerated TLSPH algorithm for 3D geometrical nonlinear structural analysis (2019)
  6. Meringolo, Domenico D.; Marrone, Salvatore; Colagrossi, Andrea; Liu, Yong: A dynamic (\delta)-SPH model: how to get rid of diffusive parameter tuning (2019)
  7. Alimirzazadeh, Siamak; Jahanbakhsh, Ebrahim; Maertens, Audrey; Leguizamón, Sebastián; Avellan, François: GPU-accelerated 3-D finite volume particle method (2018)
  8. Quinlan, Nathan J.: Extensions of the meshless finite volume particle method (FVPM) for static and dynamic free-surface flows (2018)
  9. Bouscasse, Benjamin; Colagrossi, Andrea; Marrone, Salvatore; Souto-Iglesias, Antonio: SPH modelling of viscous flow past a circular cylinder interacting with a free surface (2017)
  10. Zhang, C.; Hu, X. Y.; Adams, N. A.: A weakly compressible SPH method based on a low-dissipation Riemann solver (2017)
  11. Shadloo, M. S.; Oger, G.; Le Touzé, D.: Smoothed particle hydrodynamics method for fluid flows, towards industrial applications: motivations, current state, and challenges (2016)
  12. Xu, Tibing; Jin, Yee-Chung: Improvements for accuracy and stability in a weakly-compressible particle method (2016)
  13. Cercos-Pita, J. L.: AQUAgpusph, a new free 3D SPH solver accelerated with OpenCL (2015)
  14. Crespo, A. J. C.; Domínguez, J. M.; Rogers, B. D.; Gómez-Gesteira, M.; Longshaw, S.; Canelas, R.; Vacondio, R.; Barreiro, A.; García-Feal, O.: DualSPHysics: Open-source parallel CFD solver based on smoothed particle hydrodynamics (SPH) (2015)