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OLCF-Total Partnership Bolsters Simulation Strength for Oil and Gas Industry

Seeking to improve their knowledge of heterogeneous high-performance computing architectures, researchers at oil and gas company Total have been working with OLCF experts to improve their computational models.

Boeing Catches Caution from the Wind

Boeing used the Jaguar supercomputer, aiming to establish more reliable computational methods for estimating high-lift (takeoff/landing) characteristics for its commercial transport aircraft.

Giving Businesses Access to the World’s No. 2 Supercomputer for ‘the Intractable Problem’

Titan is potentially available to any private enterprise through ACCEL.

ACCEL Program Continues to Experience Growth, Success

As 2016 begins, the ACCEL program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory continues to grow and deliver successful results.

Fighting Fire with FireFOAM

Researchers at insurance company FM Global are using Titan to try and better understand fire growth and suppression.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Joins DOE’s New HPC for Manufacturing Program

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is collaborating with Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories to lead a new US Department of Energy program designed to fund and foster public-private R&D projects that enhance US competitiveness in clean energy manufacturing.

Freezing a Droplet to Stop the Ice

Advances in simulating water molecules in droplets reveal surfaces that may be resistant to ice formation.

Flood Maps Can Get Much Sharper With A Little Supercomputing Oomph

A small company in California is hoping to make a big splash by providing detailed flood maps to homeowners and insurance companies. And to do that, the company is using one of the fastest supercomputers in the world.

DOE User Facilities Unite at ORNL for Annual Meeting

Attendees of the NUFO annual meeting had the opportunity to tour ORNL, attend discussion panels, and participate in breakout groups in which they collaborated on specific topics of interest when the group met in Oak Ridge April 20–23.

Titan Vaporizes R&D Time and Cost for Liquid Spray Studies

Researchers at UTRC are studying liquid atomization, or the breakup of liquid jets, to increase the efficiency of this process and thereby increase aircraft engine performance.