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Domain-specific language for exascale lattice Boltzmann simulations

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Nowadays researchers need to analyse highly complex flow systems involving interdisciplinary physics across scales. For this purpose, the rapid development of high-performance computing, particularly the coming exascale supercomputers, is enabling us to conduct simulation for larger systems across fine scales. However, programming paradigm has changed for these exascale computers, which presents a major challenge for numerical modelling research. In this talk, we will report our progress in developing a domain specific language for the lattice Boltzmann method to minimise the efforts of developing applications codes and conducting simulations in current and future supercomputers. Moreover, we will also discuss applications of this system in modelling shallow water flows and multiphase flows.

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