Oceananigans.jl is a fast and friendly incompressible fluid flow solver written in Julia that can be run in 1-3 dimensions on CPUs and GPUs. It simulates the rotating Boussinesq equations in rectangular domains with some special features for fluids stratified by both temperature and salinity (oceans!) –- but can also be used without rotation, stratification, with arbitrary tracers, and arbitrary user-defined forcing functions. We strive for a user interface that makes Oceananigans.jl as friendly and intuitive to use as possible, allowing users to focus on the science. Internally, we have attempted to write the underlying algorithm so that the code runs as fast as possible for the configuration chosen by the user –- from simple two-dimensional setups to complex three-dimensional simulations –- and so that as much code as possible is shared between the CPU and GPU algorithms.
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- Hendrik Ranocha: SummationByPartsOperators.jl: A Julia library of provably stable discretization techniques with mimetic properties (2021) not zbMATH
- Michael Schlottke-Lakemper; Gregor Gassner; Hendrik Ranocha; Andrew Winters; et al.: Adaptive numerical simulations with Trixi.jl: A case study of Julia for scientific computing (2021) arXiv
- Navid C. Constantinou; Gregory LeClaire Wagner; Lia Siegelman; Brodie C. Pearson; André Palóczy: GeophysicalFlows.jl: Solvers for geophysical fluid dynamics problems in periodic domains on CPUs GPUs (2021) not zbMATH
- Ali Ramadhan; Gregory L. Wagner; Chris Hill; Jean-Michel Campin; Valentin Churavy; Tim Besard; Andre Souza; Alan Edelman; Raffaele Ferrari; John Marshall: Oceananigans.jl: Fast and friendly geophysical uid dynamics on GPUs (2020) not zbMATH