YALES2 aims at the solving of two-phase combustion from primary atomization to pollutant prediction on massive complex meshes. It is able to handle efficiently unstructured meshes with several billions of elements, thus enabling the Direct Numerical Simulation of laboratory and semi-industrial configurations. YALES2 is based on a large numerical library to handle partitioned meshes, various differential operators or linear solvers, and on a series of simple or more complex solvers.
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- Abdelsamie, Abouelmagd; Lartigue, Ghislain; Frouzakis, Christos E.; Thévenin, Dominique: The Taylor-Green vortex as a benchmark for high-fidelity combustion simulations using low-Mach solvers (2021)
- Chatelain, Yohan; Petit, Eric; de Oliveira Castro, Pablo; Lartigue, Ghislain; Defour, David: Automatic exploration of reduced floating-point representations in iterative methods (2019)
- Moureau, Vincent; Lartigue, Ghislain; Guédot, Lola; Malandain, Mathias; Maheu, Nicolas: Solution methods for large-scale linear systems (2013)