This is the Linux app named TPLS whose latest release can be downloaded as tpls-3.0.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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TPLS is a powerful and efficient 3D Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) flow solver to simulate multiphase flows at unprecedented detail, speed and accuracy.
This flow solver has been developed by Lennon Ó Náraigh (Mathematical Sciences, University College Dublin), Prashant Valluri (Engineering, University of Edinburgh), David Scott, Toni Collis and Iain Bethune (EPCC at the University of Edinburgh) and Peter Spelt (Université de Lyon1, Claude Bernard) under the aegis of several HECToR / ARCHER computer time grants and dCSE/eCSE programmes.
The TPLS solver is highly parallelisable and can simulate flows at ultra high resolution ( > 30 million grid points). Key features are:
1) Ultra-parallelisable MPI
2) ARCHER (> 2048 Cores)
3) Fortran and PETSc subroutines
4) Parallel I/O using NetCDF
5) 3D Decomposition
6) Gas/Liquid density ratios
We also provide a simplified version of the code 'S-TPLS' to help new users understand the code structure and algorithms
- High Resolution DNS solver
- Level-set interface capturing
- MPI parallelisation
- Scales to 1000s of cores
- Uses Krylov Subspace solution methods from PETSc
- 3D Decomposition
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