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Supercomputer Center of Mathematical Modeling

Head of HPC & CFD center
Mikhail P. Lobachev Ph.D.


Вихревые структуры за соосными гребными винтами Визуализация поля скорости вокруг модели здания

At present SCM’ computational resources are as follows.

Main Cluster:

100 dual-processor nodes with 12-core processors AMD Opteron 6174 (total of 2400 cores);
64 Gb RAM per node (total 6400Gb);
Interconnect — QDR InfiniBand;
Peak performance — 21 TFlops;
Manufacturer — Т-Platforms.

Auxiliary cluster:

10 dual-processor nodes with с 4-core processors Intel Xeon X5570 (total 80 cores and 240 Gb RAM);
Interconnect — QDR InfiniBand;
Peak performance — 938 GFlops;
Manufacturer — Т-Platforms.

Auxiliary cluster:

6 x AMD Phenom X4 + 6 x AMD Phenom II X4 + 6 x AMD Phenom II X6 (total 84 cores and 144 Gb RAM).
Interconnect — Gigabit Ethernet.
Peak performance — 952 Gflops.

SCMM staff are well experienced in performing calculations in the fields of core competences for the Krylov State Research Centre like flow around ships and ship propulsors, ocean engineering structures, etc. including:

  • CFD computations of air & water flow patterns around ships, ship propulsors, ocean engineering structures, etc. in model-scale and full-scale conditions taking into consideration realistic environment properties;
  • Determination of environment forces on ships & structures both moving and fixed;
  • Elaboration of CAE techniques and consultancies in the field of CFD application procedures.

SCCM is also engaged in non-core computations:

  • Calculation of wind patterns over the specified terrain including topographic features and buildings like computations in support to the new port design in Teriberka Bay;
  • Determination of steady and unsteady wind loads on buildings and engineering structures; pressure distributions on structure surfaces and velocity fields around buildings and engineering structures. These computations provide valuable information to complement and enhance wind tunnel test data.
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