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Xeon Phi Performance For Hpc-Based Computational Mechanics Codes
In this paper we describe different applications we have ported to Intel Xeon Phi architectures, analyzing their performance. The applications cover a wide range. Alya, which is an HPC-based multi-physics code for parallel computers capable of solving coupled engineering problems in non-structured meshes. Waris, which is a simulation code for Cartesian meshes, that uses efficiently well-ordered data and well-balanced parallel threads. The last analysis is performed for a cornerstone of severaldoi:10.5281/zenodo.822601 fatcat:ogh4j3zhcza27en3qlwmsgy76u