Supercomputing Applications

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The supercomputing systems and facilities of C-DAC are used to solve computationally challenging problems in a number of areas of practical significance. These include:


Computational Atmospheric Science

  • Mesoscale modeling
  • Climate system model
  • Medium range weather forecasting
  • Air quality modeling and management


Computational Biology

  • Genome sequence assembly
  • Microarray data analysis
  • Structure-based drug discovery
  • Protein folding
  • Molecular Dynamics simulation

Computational Fluid Dynamics

  • Viscous, compressible, unsteady flows
  • Laminar natural convection flows
  • Fluid flow and heat transfer for heat exchangers
  • Simulation of fire in high rise buildings


Computational Structural Mechanics

  • Stress analysis of fibre reinforced composite structures
  • Fracture mechanics
  • Nonlinear stability analysis
  • Seismic vulnerability analysis
  • Hazard assessment of civil structures