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2018 GTC San Jose

S8291 - Acceleration of a Computational Fluid Dynamics Code with GPU Using OpenACC

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The goal of this session is to report the knowledge acquired at the Oak Ridge GPU Hackathon that took place on October 9th-13th 2017, through the acceleration of a CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) solver. We'll focus on the approach used to make the application suitable for the GPU, the acceleration obtained, and the overall experience at the Hackathon. OpenACC was used to implement GPU directives in this work. We'll detail the different OpenACC directives used, their advantages and disadvantages, as well as the particularities of CFD applications.


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Algorithms and Numerical Techniques Computational Fluid Dynamics
Aerospace Higher Education / Research
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25 minutes
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