Researchers, Developers and Staffs
Kenji  ONO Kenji ONO


Research Themes

Design and development of application middleware V-Sphere
Development of visualization system
Large-scale parallel computation

Research Subjects and Results

The thermal flow simulator with a hierarchical Cartesian grid system was incorporated to satisfy both of the turnaround time of a simulation period and the predicted accuracy. The performance of the developed solver code on the V-Sphere was examined and achieved 10 TFlops on 8192 cores of a Nehalem cluster.

Future Target

Functions such as multiphase flow, heat radiation, reactive flow, etc. will be introduced to the V-Sphere system to solve practical problems in industrial design. Besides, an efficient post-processing system, which extracts useful information from the computed results rapidly, will be designed and developed to understand phenomena in the large-scale simulated results.

VCAD Public Software

V-Sphere
V-Sphere::CBC
V-Xgen
V-Isio
V-SDFlib
V-Polylib
V-Cutlib
V-Xpad
V-Xpit

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Selected Publications

【Papers】
Ono Kenji, Tamaki Tsuyoshi and Yoshikawa Hiroyuki
Development of a framework for parallel simulators with various physics and its performance
LECTURE NOTES IN COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 67, (2009)9-18.

Ono Kenji and Nonaka Jorji
Design of cooperative visualization environment with intensive data management in project lifecycle
Ultrascale Visualization, 2008. UltraVis 2008. Workshop on, (2008)55-61.

Ono Kenji, Tamaki Tsuyoshi, Noda Shigeho, Iwata Masako and Shigetani Takayuki
Development of Object-Oriented Parallel Class Library and Performance Evaluation of Benchmark Code
IPSJ Journal, Vol. 48, SIG 8(ACS 18), (2007)44-53.

Ono Kenji and Tamaki Tsuyoshi
An efficient parallel computation on Cartesian mesh composed of multiply-connected domains
22nd International Conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics (2010), Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Ito Satoshi, Goto Kazuya and Ono Kenji
Automatically optimized core mapping for subdomains of domain decomposition methods on multicore parallel environment
High-Performance Computing Symposium, (2011)163-169.

Selected Publications Page