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Manuscript Title: AstroPhi: a code for complex simulation of dynamics of astrophysical objects using hybrid supercomputers
Authors: I. M. Kulikov, I. G. Chernykh, A. V. Snytnikov, B. M. Glinskiy, A. V. Tutukov
Program title: AstroPhi
Catalogue identifier: AEUM_v1_0
Distribution format: tar.gz
Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 186(2015)80
Programming language: C++.
Computer: MVS-10P - RSC Tornado, Xeon E5-2690 8C 2.900GHz, Infiniband FDR, Intel Xeon Phi SE10X.
Operating system: Linux.
Has the code been vectorised or parallelized?: Parallelized on MPI + OpenMP for Intel MIC architecture, 32 Intel Xeon Phi (60 cores per 1 Intel Xeon Phi = 1920 cores of Intel Xeon Phi).
RAM: 137438953472 bytes (128GB) bytes
Keywords: Numerical astrophysics, Astrophysical objects dynamics simulation, Hybrid supercomputers.
Classification: 1.9.

External routines: MPI, OpenMP for Intel Xeon Phi, FFTW 2.1.5

Nature of problem:
Complex numerical simulation of dynamics of astrophysical objects plays an important role due to significant growth of observational astronomic data. The new astrophysical models and codes need to be developed for detailed simulation of different physical effects in astrophysics with the use of modern supercomputers with hybrid architecture.

Solution method:
AstroPhi code consisting of particle-in-cell and Godunov methods combination adapted for hybrid supercomputer architecture.

Restrictions:
For this version maximum grid size is restricted to 10243.

Running time:
Typical running on MVS-10P is 24 hours. The test provided only takes a few minutes.