THE DISPERSIONS OF NANOPARTICLES IN WATER-ORGANIC SOLVENTS AS THE BASIS FOR THE SILVER NANO-INKS FOR INK-JET PRINTING
1Andrey M. Ivanov, 1Nikolay I. Khokhlov, 1,2Igor B. Petrov
1Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, http://mipt.ru
Dolgoprudny, 141701 Moscow region, Russian Federation
2Scientific Research Institute of System Analysis, Russian Academy of Sciences, https://www.niisi.ru
117218 Moscow, Russian Federation
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The paper deals with the problem of modeling seismic wave propagation in solid deformable bodies. The state of these bodies can be represented as a solution of hyperbolic system of equations. Grid-characteristic method is used to find the solution. This formulation of physical problem is used to demonstrate the use of technologies of parallel programming for shared memory systems using OpenMP and POSIX Threads technology. To achieve high performance, vector SSE and AVX instructions of CPU is used. In addition, GPU implementation is written using CUDA and OpenCL technologies. Results of multi-GPU parallelisation is also obtained. Use of NVIDIA GPUDirect technology that allows GPUs to make data exchanges directly through the PCI Express bus is considered. The paper demonstrates achieved acceleration and percentage of the theoretically possible performance. The paper demonstrates achieved acceleration and percentage of the theoretically possible performance. The paper describes the optimizations, which allowed us to achieve the obtained acceleration results. The study was financially supported by RFBR as part of a research project number 15-07-01931 A.
: mathematical modeling, parallel programming, grid-characteristic method, shared memory, seismic, vectorization, GPU, CUDA, OpenCL
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