We have just released a new video on our OpenLB YouTube Channel.
In order to showcase the usability and performance of OpenLB’s GPU support, a turbulent nozzle flow was simulated on the HoreKa (KIT, Germany) supercomputer. This case was adapted for higher resolution from the turbulence/nozzle3d example included in OpenLB 1.5. It utilizes a Smagorinsky LES model for the bulk flow and non-local interpolated boundaries for the in- and outflow conditions on top of a single-precision D3Q19 lattice. The simulation’s 2.5 billion cells were computed on 120 Nvidia A100 GPUs divided into 30 nodes. This resulted in a performance of ~250 billion cell updates per second. ParaView was utilized to generate the visualization.
Simulation and Visualization: Adrian Kummerländer