Parallel Implementation of Kinetic Cellular Automata for Modeling CO Oxidation over Pd(110) Surface
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For simulating CO catalytic oxidation on platinum-group metals asynchronous cellular automata (CA) with probabilistic transition rules (kinetic CA) are used. Based on the properties of surface kinetic CA has to have a huge cellular arrays and long evolution. It is obvious that modeling such processes in real time can only be done with the help of supercomputer. In the paper, parallel implementation of approximation of an kinetic CA with block-synchronous CA is investigated.
KeywordsCatalytic oxidation reaction kinetic cellular automata synchronous mode asynchronous mode block-synchronous mode
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