Trough OpenMP Platform for Reducing Computational Time Cost in Underwater Landslide Simulation on Inclined Bottom
Simulation of underwater landslide becomes important, since underwater landslide phenomena is very dangerous in real life. One of the enormous disasters caused by this phenomena can be a Tsunami. Computer simulation of underwater landslide can reduce cost of time and money from conventional simulation (using laboratory). However, to obtain high resolution of computer simulation, large discrete points should be computed. In this paper, the numerical simulation of underwater landslide using two-layers shallow water equations (SWE) and OpenMP platform is elaborated. Here, the finite volume method framework using upwinding dispersive correction hydrostatic reconstruction (UDCHR) scheme is used. The results of numerical simulation is in a good agreement with the numerical simulation using Nasa-Vof2d numerical scheme. In parallel performance, speedup and efficiency of this numerical simulation are observed 2.8 times and 76% respectively at t=0.8 s final time simulation.