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Towards coupling arbitrary software on the Japanese ITBL Grid infrastructure using MpCCI

Hazama, Osamu; Nakajima, Norihiro  

In order to accurately solve complex physical phenomena, interactions of various phenomena must be considered, which makes simulations multi-disciplinary. We have been developing a virtual nuclear reactor simulator on the ITBL Grid infrastructure in order to assess the safety of the nuclear reactors. This simulator system allows for numerical experiments on the full-scale and fully operational virtual nuclear reactors which is not possible in real-life experiments. In order to clarify various complex physical phenomena within the reactors, multi-disciplinary simulations, which are computationally demanding, are required. We have been developing a software to allow concurrent use of arbitrary combination of hardware and software to realize a multi-disciplinary simulation system on the ITBL. We have used STAMPI, developed by CCSE/JAERI, and MpCCI, developed by Fraunhofer SCAI, to construct the system. The system is now functional on the ITBL and will be introduced.



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