Reducing the Time-to-Solution for Finite Element Analysis of Gas Turbine Engines

Todd A. Simons, James Ong, Robert Lucas, François-henry Rouet, Roger Grimes, Erman Gulyeruz, Seid Koric, Ting-ting Zhu, Jef Dawson

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Abstract

The design of gas-turbine engines relies on physics-based modeling and simulation, including finite element analysis (FEA). Improvements in the methods used and the parallel scalability of FEA codes allows faster time-to-solution, enabling improvements in product design. This paper will describe recent improvements in the time-to-solution for modeling gas-turbine engines with LS-DYNA. Results are presented using as many as 16384 processors on the Blue Waters and Titan supercomputers.
Original languageEnglish (US)
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StatePublished - Aug 16 2019

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