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Publications

Journal Articles

(*graduate student, † undergraduate student)

  1. R. Deleon*, D. A. Jacobsen* and I. Senocak, “Large-eddy simulations of turbulent incompressible flows on GPU clusters,” Computing in Science and Engineering, DOI: 10.1109/MCSE.2012.37, (2012)                           (Links | BibTex)
  2. J. Thibault*, I. Senocak, Accelerating incompressible flow computations with a Pthreads-CUDA implementation on small-footprint multi-GPU platforms, The Journal of Supercomputing, 59: 693-719 (2012)
  3. A. Gowardhan*, E. R. Pardyjak, I. Senocak, M.J. Brown, A CFD-based wind solver for an urban fast response transport and dispersion model, Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 11:439-464, (2011)
  4. I. Senocak, N. W. Hengartner, M. Short, B. Daniel, Stochastic event reconstruction of atmospheric contaminant dispersion using Bayesian inference, Atmospheric Environment , 42:7718–7727 (2008)
  5. I. Senocak, A. S. Ackerman, M. P. Kirkpatrick, D. E. Stevens, N. N. Mansour, Study of near-surface models in large-eddy simulations of neutrally stratified atmospheric boundary layer, Boundary Layer  Meteorology, 124:405–424 (2007)
  6. I. Senocak, W. Shyy, S. T. Johansen, “Statistical characteristics of unsteady Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes computations,” Numerical Heat Transfer Part  B-Fundamentals, 47:1–18 (2005)
  7. I. Senocak, W. Shyy, Interfacial dynamics-based modeling of turbulent cavitating flows, Part-1: Model development and steady-state computations, International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids, 44:975–995, (2004)
  8. I. Senocak, W. Shyy, Interfacial dynamics-based modeling of turbulent cavitating flows, Part-2: Time-dependent computations, International Journal of Numerical Methods in Fluids, 44:997–1016 (2004)
  9. R. Vaidyanathan, I. Senocak, J. Wu, W. Shyy, Sensitivity evaluation of a transport-based turbulent cavitation model, Journal of Fluids Engineering, 125:447–458 (2003)
  10. J. Wu, I. Senocak, G. Wang, Y. Wu, and W. Shyy, Three-dimensional simulation of turbulent cavitating flows in a hollow-jet valve, Computer Modeling in Engineering and Sciences, 4:679–689 (2003)
  11. I. Senocak, W. Shyy, A pressure-based method for turbulent cavitating flow computations, Journal of Computational Physics, 176:363–383 (2002)
  12. G. Wang, I. Senocak, W. Shyy, T. Ikohagi. S. Cao, Dynamics of attached turbulent cavitating flows, Progress in Aerospace Sciences, 37:551–581 (2001)
  13. X. He, I. Senocak, W. Shyy, S. N. Gangadharan, S. Thakur, Evaluation of laminar-turbulent transition and equilibrium near wall turbulence models, Numerical Heat Transfer Part  A:Applications, 37:101–112 (2000)

Conference Publications

(*graduate student, † undergraduate student)

  1. R. Deleon*, K. Felzien, and I. Senocak “Toward a GPU-accelerated immersed boundary method for wind forecasting over complex terrain,” FEDSM2012-72145, Proceedings of the ASME 2012 Fluids Engineering Summer Meeting, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, USA, July.8 -12, (2012)
  2. R. Deleon* and I. Senocak “GPU-accelerated Large-eddy Simulation of turbulent channel flows,” AIAA-2012-0722, 50th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Nashville, TN, Jan. 9-12, (2012)
  3. D. A. Jacobsen* and I. Senocak, “Scalability of incompressible flow computations on multi-GPU Clusters using dual-level and tri-Level parallelism,” AIAA-2011-947,  49th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 4-7, (2011)
  4. D. A. Jacobsen* and I. Senocak, “A full-depth amalgamated parallel 3D geometric multigrid solver for GPU clusters,” AIAA-2011-946, 49th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando, Florida, Jan. 4-7, (2011)
  5. I. Senocak, “Application of a Bayesian inference method to reconstruct short-range atmospheric dispersion events,” Proceedings of  the 30th International Workshop on Bayesian Inference and Maximum Entropy Methods in Science and Engineering, Chamonix, France, July 4-9, (2010)
  6. I. Senocak, D. A. Jacobsen*, “Acceleration of complex terrain wind predictions using many-core computing hardware,” Fifth International Symposium on Computational Wind Engineering, CWE2010, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, May 23-27, (2010)
  7. D. A. Jacobsen*, J.C. Thibault*, I. Senocak, “An MPI-CUDA implementation for massively parallel incompressible flow computations on  multi-GPU clusters,” 48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit, Orlando FL. AIAA-2009-522, (2010)
  8. I. Senocak, J.C. Thibault*, M. Caylor, “Rapid-response urban CFD simulations using a GPU computing paradigm on desktop supercomputers,” 8th AMS Symposium on the Urban Environment, Phoenix AR, paper no: J19.2, (2009)
  9. J.C. Thibault*,  I. Senocak, “CUDA implementation of a Navier-Stokes solver on multi-GPU desktop platforms for incompressible flows,” 47th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, Orlando FL, paper no: AIAA-2009-758, (2009)
  10. A. Gowardhan*, E. Pardyjak, I. Senocak, M. J. Brown, “Investigation of Reynolds stresses in a 3D idealized urban area using large eddy simulation,” 7th Symposium on the Urban Environment, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, CA, Paper No 12.2, (2007)
  11. B. Addepalli, M. J. Brown, E. Pardyjak, I. Senocak, “Evaluation of the QUIC-URB wind model using wind-tunnel data for step-up street canyons,” 7th Symposium on the Urban Environment, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, CA, Paper No 12.1, (2007)
  12. K. J. Allwine,  M. Brown, W. J. Coirier, S. C. Ericson, O. R. Hansen, A. Huber,  S. Kim, M. J. Leach, J. D. Mirocha, R. K. Newsom, G. Patnaik, I. Senocak,  “Evaluation study of building-resolved urban dispersion models,” 7th Symposium on the Urban Environment, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, CA, Paper No: 10.2, (2007)
  13. I. Senocak, G. Iaccarino, “Progress towards RANS simulation of free-surface flow around modern ships,” Annual Research Briefs, Center for Turbulence Research, NASA-Ames/Stanford Univ., (2005)
  14. I. Senocak, A. S. Ackerman , D. E. Stevens , N.N. Mansour, “Topography modeling in atmospheric flows using the immersed boundary method,” Annual Research Briefs, Center for Turbulence Research, NASA-Ames/Stanford University, (2004)
  15. I. Senocak, “Large-eddy simulation of stratocumulus-topped atmospheric boundary layers with dynamic subgrid-scale models,” Annual Research Briefs, Center for Turbulence Research, NASA-Ames/Stanford University, (2003)
  16. I. Senocak, W. Shyy, “Computations of unsteady cavitation with a pressure-based method,” Proceedings of ASME- Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Honolulu, HI, Paper No. FEDSM2003-45009, (2003)
  17. J. Wu, Y. Utturkar, I. Senocak, W. Shyy, N. Arakere, “Impact of turbulence and compressibility modeling on three-dimensional cavitating flow computations,” 33rd AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference & Exhibit, Orlando FL, AIAA-2003-4264, (2003)
  18. I. Senocak, W. Shyy, “Evaluation of cavitation models for Navier-Stokes computations,” Proceedings of ASME- Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Montreal, Canada, Paper No. FEDSM2002-31011, (2002)

Posters

(*graduate student, † undergraduate student)

  1. R. DeLeon*, K. Felzien, and I. Senocak, Immersed boundary turbulent flow simulations on GPU clusters, 2012 GPU Technology Conference, May 14-17, San Jose, CA, (2012)
  2. I. Senocak, Accelerating the event reconstruction of chem-bio agent dispersion on manycore computing platforms, 2011 DTRA/NSF Algorithm Workshop, June 7-9, Boston, MA, (2011)
  3. I. Senocak, “Computational wind engineering for grid integration and chem-bio defense,” Research Revealed: a Boise State University Technology Showcase for Industry, March 10, (2011)
  4. P. Hayward, I. Senocak, “Dynamic rating of powerlines,” Poster presented at the Boise State’s Day at Capitol, January 24, (2011)
  5. D. A. Jacobsen* and I. Senocak, “Parallel 3D geometric multigrid solver on GPU cluster,” GPU Technology Conference, September 20-23, San Jose, CA, (2010)
  6. M. Caylor, I. Senocak, “Numerical solution of the wave eqaution on dual-GPU platforms using Brook+,” Seventh Annual Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Conference at Boise State University, (2010)
  7. B. Baker*, I. Senocak, “Progress toward concurrent visualization on emerging many-core computing platforms,” Poster presented at the Boise State’s Day at Capitol, February 11, (2010)
  8. D. A. Jacobsen* and I. Senocak “Massively parallel incompressible Navier-Stokes computations on the NCSA Lincoln Tesla cluster,” GPU Technology Conference, September 30- October 2, San Jose, CA, (2009)
  9. M. Caylor, J. Thibault*, I. Senocak “Stream computing research and practical Cartesian meshing for complex urban environments,” Sixth Annual Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Conference at Boise State University, (2009)
  10. D. Cower, J. Thibault*, I. Senocak “Towards integrated visualization and computation of fluid flow on modern graphics hardware,” Sixth Annual Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Conference at Boise State University, (2009)
  11. A. Gowardhan*, E. Pardyjak, I. Senocak, and M. Brown “An investigation of thermal effects on flow and dispersion in an idealized urban area using LES,” Seventh Symposium on the Urban Environment, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, CA, Poster No: 1.11, (2007)
  12. B. Addepalli, M. J. Brown, E. R. Pardyjak, and I. Senocak, “Investigation of the flow structure around step-up, step-down, deep canyon and isolated tall building configurations using wind-tunnel PIV measurements,” Seventh Symposium on the Urban Environment, American Meteorological Society, San Diego, CA, Poster No: 1.19, (2007)

Abstracts

(*graduate student, † undergraduate student)

  1. I. Senocak and D. Jacobsen*, Rapid-response simulations of forward and inverse problems in atmosperic transport and dispersion, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, Reno NV, February 28 – March 4, (2011)
  2. J. Thibault* and I. Senocak, “Accelerating the incompressible flow computations with a multi-GPU computing paradigm,” abstract # 158932, Tenth US National Congress on Computational Mechanics, Columbus OH, July 16-19, (2009)
  3. I. Senocak, “Applications of the stochastic event reconstruction tool (SERT) to FUSION field trial 2007 data,” Thirteenth Annual George Mason University Symposium on Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion Modeling, Fairfax, VA, July 10-12, (2008)
  4. I. Senocak, J. Thibault*, D. Jacobsen*, “Progress towards rapid-response urban flow simulations using a multi-GPU computing paradigm on cluster and desktop platforms, ” Thirteenth Annual George Mason University Symposium on Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion Modeling, Fairfax, VA, July 10-12, (2008)
  5. A. Gowardhan*, E. R. Pardyjak, I. Senocak, and M. J. Brown, “Investigation of Reynolds stresses in a 3D idealized urban area using large eddy simulation,” Sixtieth Annual Meeting of the Division of Fluid Dynamics, Salt Lake City, UT, FL00005, (2007).

Presentations