Advanced Simulation Library (ASL) is a free and open source hardware accelerated multiphysics simulation software. Its computational engine is based, among others, on the Lattice Boltzmann Methods and is written in OpenCL which enable extraordinarily efficient deployment on a variety of massively parallel architectures, ranging from inexpensive FPGAs, DSPs and GPUs up to heterogeneous clusters and supercomputers. The engine is hidden entirely behind simple C++ classes, so that no OpenCL knowledge is required from application programmers. Mesh-free, immersed boundary approach allows to move from CAD directly to simulation drastically reducing pre-processing efforts and amount of potential errors. ASL can be utilized to model various coupled physical and chemical phenomena and employed in a multitude of fields: computational fluid dynamics, virtual sensing, industrial process data validation and reconciliation, image-guided surgery, computer-aided engineering, design space exploration, crystallography, etc..
ASL is distributed under the free GNU Affero General Public License (AGPL) with an optional commercial license. Professional consulting, training and integration services are provided by Avtech Scientific, whose team created and continues to extend the library. The company offers innovative R&D solutions and is involved in diverse academic and industrial collaborative projects dealing with complex multidisciplinary problems.
- Avtech Scientific joins OpenHPC initiative to integrate ASL into the HPC framework.
- Avtech Scientific announces cooperation with IBM and NVIDIA.
- ASL assists neurosurgeons and robots, computes brain deformation in real time.
- ASL enters Linux distributions at a record-breaking pace.
- ASL 0.1.2 released - updating dependencies.
- Avtech Scientific releases the source code of ASL to the community.