April 21st, 2009 10:40 am
Posted by Srinivas Kodiyalam
Tags: cfd, HPC, Intel Cluster Ready, MDO, multi-core, multi-rails, Nehalem processors, parallel scalability, performance, scalability, SGI Altix ICE
In this article, we discuss possible ways to improve Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) application software performance by highlighting key features of the High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters, including, multi-core processor performance, host channel adapters (HCA), multi-rail networks, and message passing (MPI) implementations and more as well as briefly highlight the ever-growing need for HPC for solving computing intensive MDO problems.
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