Show simple item record Wang, Peng Cohen, Denis Person, Mark A. Gopu, Arvind Gable, Carl W. 2010-05-04T19:58:40Z 2010-05-04T19:58:40Z 2007
dc.identifier.citation Wang, P, Cohen, D, Person, MA, Gopu, A, and Gable CW. (2007). Three-Dimensional Paleohydrologic Simulation using Parallel geofe on the Teragrid Resources, TeraGrid'07 conference, Madison, WI. en
dc.description Paper and presentation slides available. en
dc.description.abstract Abstract—Parallel geofe, a parallel, three-dimensional finite element paleohydrologic modeling program, was developed based on the serial code, with the aim to simulate ground water flow on the Atlantic continental shelf in New England within the past two million years, and help to explain the large amount of unconventional freshwater plumes within offshore aquifer systems in the above area. We used ParMetis for mesh partitioning and Aztec to solve the sparse linear system for the modeled groundwater flow, heat transfer and solute transport processes. The resulting program demonstrates good scalability on the Teragrid systems. en
dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject simulation en
dc.subject finite element method en
dc.subject groundwater flow en
dc.subject Teragrid en
dc.subject Hydrology en
dc.subject Geology en
dc.title Three-Dimensional Paleohydrologic Simulation using Parallel geofe on the Teragrid Resources en
dc.type Article en
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