Solving depth averaged equations using a parallel GeoClaw

Donna Calhoun

Date :

SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Erlangen, Germany (Mini-symposium speaker)
Sep 11 - Sep 14, 2017


We demonstrate our success in incorporating GeoClaw (LeVeque, George, Berger, Mandli), a widely used code for simulation tsunamis, debris flow, flooding, storm surges and so on, into ForestClaw, an adaptive quadtree code based on the highly scalable library p4est (C. Burstedde). This new adaptive mesh framework allows us to run GeoClaw simulations on large scale parallel computing environments, and achieve resolutions not available on a desktop computers. We will demonstrate results from recent tsumami events, as well as an historical dam break problem.

Slides : siam-geo-2017.pdf

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