An in-house direct numerical simulation (DNS) code SBLI has been developed and used extensively for high-performance computation (HPC) of transitional and turbulent flows, most related to shock/boundary-layer interaction problems. The code has also proved to be very adaptable with its variants being used for a wide range of turbulent flows, including transonic cavity flows, turbulent spot interactions and separation bubbles on an airfoil at incidence. Recently the code has been re-engineered to include modern software engineering techniques that allows it to achieve better parallel scalability on various HPC platforms.
Yao, Y., & Zheng, Y. (2015, July). DNS of transitional and turbulent flow simulations. Presented at The First Chinese International Conference on CFD