We are developing numerical methods for high-order thermal radiative transport for incorporation into hydrodynamics codes to improve and expand the Laboratory’s current simulation capabilities. This research will also enable current codes to run in an exascale environment, maintaining the currency of the simulation capabilities underlying several key national missions.
Hanophy, J. T., B. S. Southworth, and R. Li, 2018. "Parallel Approximate Ideal Restriction Multigrid (pAIR) Performance Investigation for Transport." LLNL-POST-755942.
Haut, T. S., et al. 2018. "An Efficient Sweep-based Solver for the SN Equations on High-Order Meshes." 2018 American Nuclear Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 2018. LLNL-PROC-744912.
——— . 2018 "DSA Preconditioning for DG Discretizations of SN Transport and High-Order Curved Meshes." LLNL-JRNL-759881.
——— . 2018 "High-Order (HO) Finite Elements for Thermal Radiative Transfer (TRT)." LLNL-PRES-753090.
Olivier, S. S. 2018. "Variable Eddington Factor Acceleration of Thermal Radiative Transfer on Curved Meshes." LLNL-PRES-757684.
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