MGLET (Multi Grid Large Eddy Turbulence) is a versatile and highly scalable incompressible Navier-Stokes solver that is based on finite-volume with a local grid-refinement capability. The CFD code is capable of fully-resolved turbulence simulations in moving arbitrary-shaped domains, which can be optionally combined with multiphase, scalar transport and aeroacoustic solvers.
Professorship of Hydromechanics, TU Munich; Kreuzinger + Manhart Turbulenz GmbH (commercial version)
Associated Projects: SIMD-optimisation of the CFD software package MGLET for SuperMUC-NG
Improving scalability for the CFD software package MGLET
Dr. Yoshiyuki Sakai, Msc. Hakon strandenes and Prof. Michael Manhart