Using PETSc to develop scalable applications for next-generation power grid

Shrirang Abhyankar, Barry Smith, Hong Zhang, Alexander Flueck
<span title="">2011</span> <i title="ACM Press"> Proceedings of the first international workshop on High performance computing, networking and analytics for the power grid - HiPCNA-PG &#39;11 </i> &nbsp;
Developing scalable software for existing and emerging power system problems is a challenging task and requires a great deal of concentrated time and effort. This effort can be reduced by using high performance computing software libraries, such as PETSc, which are tested on a gamut of scientific applications, used on single core machines to supercomputers, have highly optimized implementations, and a wide array of tested numerical solvers. Using high performance computing libraries for
more &raquo; ... ng power system applications is not yet done in the power system community but well-explored by researchers doing PDE simulations. The goal of this paper is to introduce the high performance computing library PETSc and motivate using such high performance computing libraries for developing existing and future power system applications.
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