Sebastian Eibl
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Fully resolved simulations of dune formation in riverbeds
C Rettinger, C Godenschwager, S Eibl, T Preclik, T Schruff, R Frings, ...
International Supercomputing Conference, 3-21, 2017
212017
waLBerla: A block-structured high-performance framework for multiphysics simulations
M Bauer, S Eibl, C Godenschwager, N Kohl, M Kuron, C Rettinger, ...
Computers & Mathematics with Applications 81, 478-501, 2021
142021
Toward large scale modeling of carbon nanotube systems with the mesoscopic distinct element method
I Ostanin, P Zhilyaev, V Petrov, T Dumitrica, S Eibl, U Ruede, V Kuzkin
Letters on Materials 8 (3), 240-245, 2018
102018
A local parallel communication algorithm for polydisperse rigid body dynamics
S Eibl, U Rüde
Parallel Computing 80, 36-48, 2018
72018
The maximum dissipation principle in rigid-body dynamics with inelastic impacts
T Preclik, S Eibl, U Rüde
Computational Mechanics 62 (1), 81-96, 2018
72018
A systematic comparison of runtime load balancing algorithms for massively parallel rigid particle dynamics
S Eibl, U Rüde
Computer Physics Communications 244, 76-85, 2019
62019
A systematic comparison of runtime load balancing algorithms for massively parallel rigid particle dynamics
S Eibl, U Rüde
Computer Physics Communications 244, 76-85, 2019
62019
A modular and extensible software architecture for particle dynamics
S Eibl, U Rüde
arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.10963, 2019
52019
Densification of single-walled carbon nanotube films: Mesoscopic distinct element method simulations and experimental validation
G Drozdov, I Ostanin, H Xu, Y Wang, T Dumitrică, A Grebenko, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 128 (18), 184701, 2020
22020
Size-Independent Mechanical Response of Ultrathin Carbon Nanotube Films in Mesoscopic Distinct Element Method Simulations
I Ostanin, T Dumitrică, S Eibl, U Rüde
Journal of Applied Mechanics 86 (12), 2019
22019
Rheology of mobile sediment beds in laminar shear flow: effects of creep and polydispersity
C Rettinger, S Eibl, U Rüde, B Vowinckel
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.04103, 2021
2021
A massively parallel Eulerian-Lagrangian method for advection-dominated transport in viscous fluids
N Kohl, M Mohr, S Eibl, U Rüde
arXiv preprint arXiv:2103.02388, 2021
2021
Densification of single-walled carbon nanotube films
G Drozdov, I Ostanin, H Xu, Y Wang, T Dumitricǎ, A Grebenko, ...
American Institute of Physics, 2020
2020
Resiliency in Numerical Algorithm Design for Extreme Scale Simulations
E Agullo, M Altenbernd, H Anzt, L Bautista-Gomez, T Benacchio, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2010.13342, 2020
2020
tinyMD: A Portable and Scalable Implementation for Pairwise Interactions Simulations
RRL Machado, J Schmitt, S Eibl, J Eitzinger, R Leißa, S Hack, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.07400, 2020
2020
Computational Study of Ultrathin CNT Films with the Scalable Mesoscopic Distinct Element Method
I Ostanin, T Dumitrică, S Eibl, U Rüde
arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.05042, 2019
2019
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A und Autoren, S Eibl, F Schornbaum, U Rüde
Optimized Communication Scheme for Massively Parallel Simulations of Polydisperse Particle Systems with Large Size Ratios
S Eibl, T Preclik, U Rüde
PACS [] Toward Large Scale Modeling of Carbon Nanotube Systems with the Mesoscopic Distinct Element Method IA Ostanin1, P. Zhilyaev2, V. Petrov2, T. Dumitrica3, S. Eibl4, U …
IA Ostanin, P Zhilyaev, V Petrov, T Dumitrica, S Eibl, U Ruede, VA Kuzkin
Massively Parallel Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Fully Resolved Particulate Flows
C Rettinger, C Godenschwager, S Eibl, T Preclik, T Schruff, U Rüde
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