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Development of a generic coupler for parallel and distributed multi-disciplinary simulations on the Japanese ITBL grid infrastructure

Hazama, Osamu; Nakajima, Norihiro  ; Post, P.*; Wolf, K.*

Computational science has always played an import role in nuclear engineering because it is quite difficult, if not impossible, to carry out experiments on the actual full-scale reactors in operation. We have been developing a numerical simulation infrastructure for carrying out numerical experiments on the virtual reactors constructed within computers. In order to understand the physical behavior of a reactor, interactions among various physial phenomena must be considered and understood. Therefore, a generic coupler has been developed to connect various software and hardware for the purposes of coupled simulations. Since this type of simulation requires large amount of computational resources, the coupler development is carried out on the ITBL GRID infrastructure. The development of this coupler and its applications to parallel and distributed coupled simulations with future development plans are reported.



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