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Title Technique of the Fast Ferrofluids Simulation
Authors Liutyi, Taras Volodymyrovych  
Poliakov, Oleksandr Yuriiovych
Denisov, S.
Hanggi, P.
Keywords Ferrofluids
Molecular dynamics
N-body problem
Graphics processing unit
CUDA
Barnes- Hut algorithm
Type Conference Papers
Date of Issue 2012
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/35341
Publisher Sumy State University
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Citation Technique of the Fast Ferrofluids Simulation / T. V. Lyutyy, A. Y. Polyakov, S. Denisov, P. Hanggi // Nanomaterials: Applications & Properties (NAP-2012) : 2-nd International conference, Alushta, the Crimea, September 17-22, 2012 / Edited by: A. Pogrebnjak. - Sumy : Sumy State University, 2012. - V. 1, No4. - 04MFPN05
Abstract We present a highly-parallel implementation of the Langevin simulation method for modeling ferrofluids on Graphical Processor Units (GPU). Our method is based on the Barnes-Hut algorithm. As a benchmark we use the straightforward 'all-to-all interaction' algorithm. The obtained results are in good agreement with known theoretical model. With the proposed method we were able to follow the evolution of a system of one million interacting particles over long time-scales, the task hitherto is out of reach with the standard, CPU-based numerical schemes. When you are citing the document, use the following link http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/35341
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