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Nektar++ IO Performance for Aorta test case on ARCHER Cray XC-30

Author: Michael Bareford
Posted: 3 Nov 2016 | 14:01

Nektar++ [1] is an open-source MPI-based spectral element code that combines the accuracy of spectral methods with the geometric flexibility of finite elements, specifically, hp-version FEM. Nektar++ was initially developed by Imperial College London and is one of the ExaFLOW co-design applications being actively developed by the consortium. It supports several scalable solvers for many sets of partial differential equations, from (in)compressible Navier-Stokes to the bidomain model of cardiac electrophysiology.