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Multi-GPU parallel implementation through CUDA and MPI

setup

Shock (Mach 2.5) impacts a drop of water in air

setup

Strong shock (19GPa) impacting an air bubble in water

Simulated Schlieren of density. Problem first defined by Ball et al.

Water drop at Mach 1.5 impacting on a wall

setup

Blast-driven high-energy-density shear flow

High-energy density blast wave initiated on the left drives a shear flow between
light material (foam, top) and a denser material (plastic, bottom). This simulation
models the experiment presented in Di Stefano et al.

setup

Richtmyer-Meshkov instability

A Mach 1.21 shock moving downwards interacts with an air-SF6 interface. This
simulation models the experiment presented in Collins et al.

Growth of the perturbed interface as a function of time. Black squares: experiment;
solid red: simulation

Perturbation growth

Richtmyer-Meshkov instability with multiple layers

A Mach 1.21 shock moving downwards interacts with multiple layers of gases
(air-SF6-heavy gas-air). More details can be found in Henry de Frahan et al.

Blast wave interacting with perturbed air-SF6 interface

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