Nektar++ v4.4.0 released

Nektar++ v4.4.0 released

Nektar++ v4.4.0 released
The latest version of Nektar++, v4.4.0, was released on the 9th March 2017. It can be downloaded from the downloads page.

Building Nektar++ on platforms without outgoing Internet access

Building Nektar++ on platforms without outgoing Internet access
This blog post explains how to manually work around this issue by placing the correct third party dependencies in the correct location on the target system such that Nektar++ is able to discover and use them during the build process without needing to attempt to download the files.
Nektar++ and hydrodynamic stability in undulated channels

Nektar++ and hydrodynamic stability in undulated channels

Nektar++ and hydrodynamic stability in undulated channels
Nektar++ has been used to study various forms of hydrodynamic instabilities arising is a flow through a channel with corrugated walls. Stability analysis has been performed using direct numerical simulation and tracking growth, or attenuation of the unstable modes.
Dispersion and Diffusion analysis of discontinuous spectral element methods for LES

Dispersion and Diffusion analysis of discontinuous spectral element methods for LES

Dispersion/diffusion analysis and LES
Nektar++ has been recently used to verify the dispersion/diffusion estimates of discontinuous spectral element methods for non-periodic flow problems. This work a key implications on the effective construction of LES tools for industrial problems.
Nektar++ on the UCL Thomas cluster

Nektar++ on the UCL Thomas cluster

Nektar++ on the UCL Thomas cluster
Brief description of and Nektar++ installation instructions for Thomas, the UK National Tier 2 High Performance Computing Hub in Materials and Molecular Modelling.