Ultra Accurate Numerical Simulations.
Heterogeneous and extreme high energy physics phenomena.
Math. Institute of Toulouse (IMT) and CNRS
Energy and Environment
Numerical simulations of extreme physical situations require large computational resources. Routinely on massively parallel computers, meshes of several millions of computational cells are used. Accuracy and efficiency shall constantly be improved.
Challenges and goals
- Star a long term collaboration between the private and academical partners.
- Improve the resolution capacity of algorithms implemented within numerical softwares .Control the number of efficient solutions determined and the time spent to get them.
Mathematical and computational methods
To increase accuracy and efficiency, advanced and accurate numerical methods have been developed with firm mathematical basis. They allow to simulate of heterogeneous fluid flows encountered in extreme physical phenomena (detonation, shock, cavitation, phase changes). These recent developments reveals the genuine intimate structure of the flow.
Results and Benefits
Enhance technological and mathematical transfers from academic scientific computation environment towards French private research laboratories developing simulation softwares for extreme and complex multi-physics phenomena.