TURBINS

An immersed boundary, Navier–Stokes code for the simulation of gravity and turbidity currents interacting with complex topographies.

turbidity currentnumerical simulationcomplex topographypolydisperse suspensionsedimentationparallel computing

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  TURBINS, a highly parallel modular code written in C, is capable of modeling gravity and turbidity currents interacting with complex topographies in two and three dimensions. Accurate treatment of the complex geometry, implementation of an efficient and scalable parallel solver, i.e. multigrid solver via PETSc and HYPRE to solve the pressure Poisson equation, and parallel IO are some of the features of TURBINS.

  TURBINS enables us to tackle problems involving the interaction of turbidity currents with complex topographies. It provides us with a numerical tool for quantifying the flow field properties and sedimentation processes, e.g. energy transfer, dissipation, and wall shear stress, which are difficult to obtain even at laboratory scales. By benefiting from massively parallel simulations, we hope to understand the underlying physics and processes related to the formation and deposition of particles due to the occurrence of turbidity currents.

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Mohamad Nasr-Azadani, E. Meiburg (2021). TURBINS, Model Item, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/modelItem/052236aa-510e-464c-b285-300d7fc18753
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