INMOST - a toolkit for distributed mathematical modeling. INMOST (Integrated Numerical Modelling and Object-oriented Supercomputing Technologies) is a tool for supercomputer simulations characterized by a maximum generality of supported computational meshes, distributed data structure flexibility and cost-effectiveness, as well as crossplatform portability.
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- Anuprienko, Denis; Kapyrin, Ivan: Nonlinearity continuation method for steady-state groundwater flow modeling in variably saturated conditions (2021)
- Terekhov, Kirill M.: Collocated finite-volume method for the incompressible Navier-Stokes problem (2021)
- Novikov, K.; Kapyrin, I.: Coupled surface-subsurface flow modelling using the GeRa software (2020)
- Terekhov, Kirill M.: Multi-physics flux coupling for hydraulic fracturing modelling within INMOST platform (2020)
- Terekhov, Kirill M.: Cell-centered finite-volume method for heterogeneous anisotropic poromechanics problem (2020)
- Vassilevski, Yuri; Terekhov, Kirill; Nikitin, Kirill; Kapyrin, Ivan: Parallel finite volume computation on general meshes (2020)
- Biryal’tsev, E. V.; Galimov, M. R.; Elizarov, A. M.: Workflow-based Internet platform for mass supercomputing (2018)
- Grigoriev, Fedor Vladimirovich; Kapyrin, Ivan Viktorovich; Vassilevskiĭ, Yuriĭ Viktorovich: Modeling of thermal convection in porous media with volumetric heat source using the GeRa code (2017)
- Konshin, Igor; Kapyrin, Ivan; Nikitin, Kirill; Terekhov, Kirill: Application of the parallel INMOST platform to subsurface flow and transport modelling (2016) ioport
- Gorobets, A. V.: Parallel technology for numerical modeling of fluid dynamics problems by high-accuracy algorithms (2015)