Parallelization of dissipative particle dynamics simulation
Yue, Ye, Zhao, Ying, You, Guohua, Tu, Leqi and Sajjanhar, Atul 2009, Parallelization of dissipative particle dynamics simulation, in CSO 2009 : Proceedings of the 2nd International Joint Conference on Computational Sciences and Optimization, IEEE Computer Society, Los Alamitos, Calif., pp. 18-22, doi: 10.1109/CSO.2009.108.
The dissipative particle dynamics simulation is usually used to study polymer in mesoscopic space. The traditional methods are resource intensive, especially when the scale of research is large. Therefore, improving computing efficiency is a key point in this research area. Two major issues are addressed in this paper. First, the DPD methods are analysed and the most time-consuming parts are identified: conservative force, dissipative force and random force. Second, we describe how to parallelize the existing serial application in the Windows Compute Cluster Server (WCCS) platform. The results show that the parallel algorithm not only effectively shortens the computing time, but also improves the resource utilization rate.
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