Pseudocolor plots of axial velocity in a bundle of seven wirewrapped pins at
Re=20000, based on pin diameter D. Uniform flow is specified at the inlet
and the flow transitions to turbulence by z ~ 0.5 H/D, where H is the wire pitch.
Simulation performed using 32768 processors with the spectral element code
Nek5000
on the IBM BG/P at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility. Computing
time provided was through the DOE Office of Science INCITE program.
For more information see the
2008 Scidac article
or follow the links to the
SHARP webpage.

Paul F. Fischer
Contact Information
 Building 240, Room 1138
 Mathematics and Computer Science Division
 Argonne National Laboratory
 9700 S. Cass Avenue
 Argonne, IL 60439
 Ph: 6302526018
 Fx: 6302525986
 [email protected]

Areas of Work

Numerical Methods for PDEs .

Multimillion element,
billiongridpoint spectral element simulations .

Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer

Computational fluid dynamics

Parallel algorithms

Highperformance computing

Spectral and finite element methods

Iterative and direct matrix solvers

SHARP

Thermal Striping

An interesting conduction problem

Spectral element simulations

More spectral element simulations

Schwarz error animator by Zuki Gottlieb

Turbulence in a Carotid Artery

Turbulence in a Random Array of Spheres

Turbulent Flow in a Rod Bundle

ME528 Course Material .
Publications
Last Updated:
October 31, 2011