Datasets and software

Datasets available to download

Jammy, S. P., Jacobs, C. T., Sandham, N. D. Entrophy and kinetic energy data from 3D Taylor-Greenvortex simulations. related to the papers: Jammy, Satya, Jacobs, Christian and Sandham, Neil (2016) Performance evaluation of explicit finite difference algorithms with varying amounts of computational and memory intensity and Jacobs, Christian, Jammy, Satya and Sandham, Neil (2016) OpenSBLI: a framework for the automated derivation and parallel execution of finite difference solvers on a range of computer architectures. Journal of Computational Science, 1-36.         

Jacobs, C. T., Jammy, S. P., Sandham, N. D, 2016. Solution field data from a one-dimensional wave propagation simulation related to the paper: Jacobs, Christian, Jammy, Satya and Sandham, Neil (2016) OpenSBLI: a framework for the automated derivation and parallel execution of finite difference solvers on a range of computer architectures. Journal of Computational Science, 1-36.

Jacobs, C. T., Jammy, S. P., Sandham, N. D, 2016. Solution field data from a three-dimensional Taylor-Green vortex simulation related to the paper: Jacobs, Christian, Jammy, Satya and Sandham, Neil (2016) OpenSBLI: a framework for the automated derivation and parallel execution of finite difference solvers on a range of computer architectures. Journal of Computational Science, 1-36.         

Jacobs, C. T., Jammy, S. P., Sandham, N. D., 2016. Data from a convergence study based on the Method of Manufactured Solution relating to the paper: Jacobs, Christian, Jammy, Satya and Sandham, Neil (2016) OpenSBLI: a framework for the automated derivation and parallel execution of finite difference solvers on a range of computer architectures. Journal of Computational Science, 1-36.         

 Van den Eynde, J. and Sandham, N., DNS database of roughness induced instability & transition at Mach 6.  Raw data generated by direct numerical simulations of the flow behind isolated roughness elements at Mach 6.  More details about the numerical set-up and the resulting data can be found in Van den Eynde (2015) Stability and transition of the flow behind isolated roughness elements in hypersonic boundary layers. 

A. Sansica, Z.Hu and N.Sandham Shock-Wave/Boundary-Layer Interaction at M=1.5 Dataset For more details see Sansica, Andrea (2015) Stability and unsteadiness of transitional shock-wave/boundary-layer interactions in supersonic flows 

Software created by UKTC members

Incompact3d is a powerful high-order flow solver for academic research.  Dedicated to Direct and Large Eddy Simulations (DNS/LES) it can combine the versatility of industrial codes with the accuracy of spectral codes.  It scales with up to one million cores.

Nektar++ (www.nektar.info) is a parallel high order spectral/hp element framework with support for complex geometry solvers using both incompressible and compressible flow problems with tools for stability analysis. Codes are available in 2D, 3D and 2.5D (Fourier extension in the third direction).

Code_Saturne solves the Navier-Stokes equations for 2D, 2D-axisymmetric and 3D flows, steady or unsteady, laminar or turbulent, incompressible or weakly dilatable, isothermal or not, with scalars transport if required.

 OpenSBLI (https://opensbli.github.io/) is a Python-based modelling framework that can automatically generate CFD model code from high-level problem specifications. The generated code is then targeted towards a variety of hardware backends (e.g. MPI, OpenMP, CUDA, OpenCL, OpenACC) through source translation using the OPS library