Python and Multi-Physics

Satish Chimakurthi skchim0 at engr.uky.edu
Thu Mar 4 02:53:58 CET 2004


Hello everyone,

Thanks very much for your responses. I did get a lot of useful information.

Mr. Fernando, apart from the Applied Math department at University of
Colorado, I think Aerospace Engineering Sciences also does lot of coding in
Python. I am not sure, though.

I am really excited about using Python.  I have'nt been more comfortable
with any other language, ever. I will continue to pursue this in my research
althrough.


Thanks again


Best Regards,
Satish Kumar Chimakurthi



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Fernando Perez" <fperez528 at yahoo.com>
Newsgroups: comp.lang.python
To: <python-list at python.org>
Sent: Wednesday, March 03, 2004 4:29 PM
Subject: Re: Python and Multi-Physics


> Satish Chimakurthi wrote:
>
>
> > If I come to know of more succesful stories in Multi-Physics research
using
> > python, I would like to include them too in my presentation and
emphasize the
> > spirit of using python in scientific research. I know of few companies
like
> > CFDRC and laboratories like LLNL who use python extensively for the kind
of
> > research I am talking about(from web). Is there any other individual or
> > company devoted to such research ? Please let me know. This information
would
> > be of great help to me in presenting my stuff better.
>
> Here's a link you may find of interest:
> http://www.osti.gov/scidac/updatesharrison.html
>
> Some details of this work will be presented at an AMS regional meeting in
> March:
>
> http://e-math.ams.org/amsmtgs/2090_program_ss12.html
>
> Look for the Saturday afternoon sessions for links to the abstracts (the
talks
> aren't written yet :).  All of the work at ORNL and what we at CU Boulder
are
> doing is in python, with C/C++ and Fortran cores for the speed-critical
parts.
> I haven't put any of what we've done online yet, but I'll make sure to
have
> the pdfs for the AMS talks available when they're done.
>
> A guy across the hall from me did his PhD in fluid-structure interactions
> (cavitation calculations for explosions near ships), but he was using
Fortran
> and I've yet to convince him to switch to python :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> f.
> -- 
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SATISH KUMAR CHIMAKURTHI
Graduate Research Assistant
CFD GROUP
Mechanical Engineering
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Lexington
KENTUCKY - 40508
U.S.A

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