Time Integration Methods and Application Through the SUNDIALS Library, Naval Nuclear Laboratory Distinguished Lecture Series

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Authors: Carol S. Woodward (LLNL), Cody J. Balos (LLNL), David J. Gardner (LLNL), Daniel R. Reynolds (SMU), and Steven B. Roberts (LLNL)

Tuesday, March 26, 2024 - 11:00 to 12:00

William Pitt Union 538

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Carol Woodward
Center for Applied Scientific Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Abstract or Additional Information

The SUNDIALS library of time integrators and nonlinear solvers has long provided adaptive step and order linear multistep time integration methods.  Several years ago, the ARKODE package of additive multistage methods allowing for high order, adaptive diagonally implicit, explicit, and implicit/explicit (ImEx) methods was added to SUNDIALS.  Recently, we have released new implementations of multirate methods which allow for advancing partitions of the differential equation right-hand-side function with a small time step and other partitions with a large time step, yet still retaining high order accuracy overall.  I will overview the SUNDIALS library, including its high order, adaptive implementations of multistep, multistage, and multirate methods then show examples of their use within several scientific applications.

Prepared by LLNL under Contract DE-AC52-07NA27344.

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