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Proceedings of The National Conference On Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2006
 

Summary: Proceedings of The National Conference
On Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2006
The University of North Carolina at Asheville
Asheville, North Carolina
April 6 8, 2006
Implementation of Level Set Methods in Cactus Framework
Carbunescu Razvan Corneliu
Computer Science
Center for Computation and Technology at
Louisiana State University
LSU Campus, Baton Rouge
302 Johnston Hall, Louisiana 70803
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Gabrielle Allen
Abstract
Level set methods are a general and powerful technique to represent an object's boundary by the means of an
implicit function that has a specific value on the boundary. This property permits the easy modeling of interfaces
between different fluids that interact under prescribed/evolving conditions or that act under specified constraints.
The Cactus Code is a general framework for developing computational solutions for a varied class of partial
differential equations (PDEs). Amongst many Cactus applications are: numerical relativity, astrophysical flows and
computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The purpose of this research work is to test and implement level set methods

  

Source: Allen, Gabrielle - Department of Computer Science, Louisiana State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences