GAMPACK (GPU Accelerated Algebraic Multigrid Package)

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Synopsis

In reservoir simulation, the elliptic character of the pressure subsystem and the inhomogeneous permeability field result in extremely slow convergence for conventional iterative solvers.

K. Esler, V. Natoli and A. Samardzic, ECMOR XIII – 13th European Conference on the Mathematics of Oil Recovery, 10 September 2012

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