High performance 2D simulations for the problem of optical breakdown
D. A. Fadeev
Institute of Applied Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IAP RAS), Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
Methods of numerical simulation of two-dimensional short laser pulse nonlinear dynamics are discussed. In this work parallel processing methods for modern CPU (central processing units) architectures supporting non-uniform memory access are considered. The method of adaptive mesh subdivision is proposed to reduce non-uniform load of each CPU during processing of nonlinearity. The results of the tests performed on the Intel Nehalem based a workstation with eight cores are presented.
computational electromagnetic methods (050.1755); ionization (260.3230); ultrafast phenomena (260.7120); optical breakdown; parallel processing; non-uniform memory access (NUMA); adaptive calculations.
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D. A. Fadeev, “High performance 2D simulations for the problem of optical breakdown”, Computer Optics, 40:5 (2016), 654–658
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