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Introduction ============ Bluebottle is the many-GPU extension of Bluebottle, a GPU-centric finite- difference imcompressible Navier-Stokes flow solver coupled with the Physalis method for fully resolving spherical particles dispersed throughout the flow. It is a research code developed by Daniel Willen (email@example.com) under the supervision of Dr. Adam Sierakowski (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Prof. Andrea Prosperetti at the Johns Hopkins University. The capability of solving temperature field using many-GPU is added in a recent extension to Bluebottle-3.0 by Yuhang Zhang (email@example.com) based on Yayun Wang's work which runs in single-GPU. The code is able to run Rayleigh Benard convection simulation with several thousand resolved particles. The original single-GPU code was developed by Adam Sierakowski under the supervision of Prof. Prosperetti and can be found at: https://github.com/groundcherry/bluebottle More information and documentation is available at: physalisCFD.org Branches ======== There are several branches in this repository: - master -- Contains release versions of Bluebottle. - devel -- Contains stable development versions that are not ready for master release. Obtaining Bluebottle ================== Bluebottle has been released under the Apache License, Version 2.0 and is available at: https://github.com/groundcherry/bluebottle-3.0 Installing Bluebottle =================== For installation instructions, see the accompanying INSTALL document. Running Bluebottle ================ For run instructions, see the accompanying RUN document. Bluebottle Documentation ====================== The most recent documentation can be found on the Bluebottle Wiki at http://lucan.me.jhu.edu or physaliscfd.org. Most of the documentation for the single-GPU version applies to the many-GPU version as well. Questions and Bug Reports ========================= Bluebottle is an academic research code being actively developed. Should you have any questions about the code, please submit an issue using the Bluebottle Issue tracker at https://github.com/groundcherry/bluebottle-3.0/issues.
A many-GPU-centric two phase flow simulation code implementing the Physalis method
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