Dynaflow's personnel are actively involved in development and application of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI) software. Much of our development is centered on state-of-the-art boundary element methods, finite volume methods, and finite element methods, and their parallelization. We are very involved in the development of a generalized multiphase flow code, 3DynaFS, with several modules. Dynaflow owns the following high-end computational facilities for conducting parallelized computations.

  •  One Linux cluster (DynaHive) with 20-nodes (total 208 processing cores), Intel Xeon 3.00 GHz CPUs, 272 GB total memory, Infiniband DDR Interconnect, 10.5 TB storage.
  • Four Linux multiprocessing workstations (three 48-processing cores and one 64-processing cores) with AMD Opteron 2.80 GHz CPUs and 128 GB shared memory.
  • Four Dell Precision T7910 workstations (One with dual Intel Xeon ES-2699 22 core 2.2 GHz CPU 64 GB memory, Two with Intel Xeon E5-2697 14 core 2.60 GHz CPU 32 GB memory and one with dual Intel Xeon E5-2680 12 core 2.50 GHz CPUS 32 GB memory)
  •  Many high-end PCs at the researchers’ desks for DYNAFLOW’S employees to develop the software and conduct daily office work.
  • All computational facilities at DYNAFLOW are networked together through a 1 Gigabit network.