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DoE Incite allocation of 126 million core hours for the DNS of the Bachalo-Johnson ATB test case


In collaboration with Prof. Ihme at the Centre for Turbulence Research (CTR) at Stanford and Prof. Bermejo-Moreno at the University of Southern California (USC), the CMSD team at Cenaero has obtained a computational grant of 126 million core hours on the BlueGene/Q system Mira at the Argonne National Lab (ANL), within the DoE Incite program to perform DNS of the shock-boundary layer interaction on a variant of the well-known Bachalo-Johnson Axisymmetric Transonic Bump, previously measured at NASA. These results will be used at Cenaero to improve wall-modeling strategies for transonic flow, but at the same time an extensive database will be generated for more general turbulence model developments. These computations will be concerted with groups active in the field, in particular with researchers at ANL, NASA and Sandia National Lab. The official announcement can be found at the following link : http://www.doeleadershipcomputing.org/awards/2019INCITEFactSheets.pdf

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