The open-source DualSPHysics code was developed to use SPH for real engineering problems with software that can be run on either CPUs or GPUs (graphics cards with powerful parallel computing). GPUs offer now a higher computing power than CPUs and are an affordable option to accelerate SPH at low economic cost. Freely downloaded from www.dual.sphysics.org. It has been mainly developed by researchers from the University of Vigo (Spain), University of Manchester (U.K.), University of Lisbon (Portugal), Flanders Hydraulics (Belgium), University of Parma (Italy).
SWE-SPHysics: open-source SPH solver for the two-dimensional shallow-water equations (SWEs) to simulate flows for a wide range of rapidly (and slowly) varying free-surface flows, such as dam breaks, river flooding, and tidal flows including storm surge and inundation in estuaries and coastal regions. Avoids the need for Although grid-based wetting and drying routines opening up flows with multi-phase effects and rapid distortion in flood modelling.
SPHysics is a platform of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) codes inspired by the formulation of Monaghan (1992) developed jointly by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University (U.S.A.), University of Vigo (Spain), University of Manchester (U.K.) and University of Rome La Sapienza (Italy). Developed over a number of years primarily to study free-surface flow phenomena where Eulerian methods can be difficult to apply.
parallelSPHysics: a parallelised version of the serial Fortran SPHysics code using the Message Passing Interface (MPI) to scale over 100 cores.