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SWE is an education-oriented code that implements simple Finite Volumes models that solve the shallow water equations - in a problem setting as it would be used for tsunami simulation. SWE has a modular design that allows parallelisation using different programming paradigms, such as MPI, OpenMP, or CUDA (further tests were done with Intel TBB/ArBB and OpenCL).
 
SWE is an education-oriented code that implements simple Finite Volumes models that solve the shallow water equations - in a problem setting as it would be used for tsunami simulation. SWE has a modular design that allows parallelisation using different programming paradigms, such as MPI, OpenMP, or CUDA (further tests were done with Intel TBB/ArBB and OpenCL).
  
= Simulation Examples =<p>[http://www5.in.tum.de/wiki/uploads/4/4d/Tohoku_surface_46min.png[[File:Tohoku_surface_46min.png|800px]]]</p>
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= Availability of the Code =
<p>[http://www5.in.tum.de/wiki/uploads/b/b9/Tohoku_both_224min.png[[File:Tohoku_both_224min.png|800px]]]</p>
 
  
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SWE is made available under the GPL license. The latest version can be downloaded via git. We are currently doing a lot of changes (to be used during the [http://www.mac.tum.de/g2s3/ Gene Golub SIAM Summer School 2012], and plan to publish the final version in August/September 2012.
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* https://github.com/TUM-I5/SWE
  
= Availability of the Code =
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= Simulation Examples =
 
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<p>[http://www5.in.tum.de/wiki/uploads/4/4d/Tohoku_surface_46min.png[[File:Tohoku_surface_46min.png|800px]]]</p>
SWE is made available under the GPL license. The latest version can be downloaded as a tarball (see below). We are currently doing a lot of changes (to be used during the [http://www.mac.tum.de/g2s3/ Gene Golub SIAM Summer School 2012], and plan to publish the resulting version via a respective repository in August/September 2012.
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<p>[http://www5.in.tum.de/wiki/uploads/b/b9/Tohoku_both_224min.png[[File:Tohoku_both_224min.png|800px]]]</p>
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Revision as of 20:22, 24 June 2012

An Education-Oriented Code for Parallel Tsunami Simulation

SWE is an education-oriented code that implements simple Finite Volumes models that solve the shallow water equations - in a problem setting as it would be used for tsunami simulation. SWE has a modular design that allows parallelisation using different programming paradigms, such as MPI, OpenMP, or CUDA (further tests were done with Intel TBB/ArBB and OpenCL).

Availability of the Code

SWE is made available under the GPL license. The latest version can be downloaded via git. We are currently doing a lot of changes (to be used during the Gene Golub SIAM Summer School 2012, and plan to publish the final version in August/September 2012.

Simulation Examples

Tohoku surface 46min.png

Tohoku both 224min.png