The application of knowledge to real-world problems is the payoff of scientific research. Engineering is reaching new heights with the help of some of the world’s leading supercomputers at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF). Researchers are using the speed and power of Summit, the nation’s fastest computer, to improve various processes and bring innovation to the marketplace. From more efficient automotive engines to more durable airplanes, tomorrow’s technological breakthroughs may very well be the result of today’s computational engineering.

Current Active Engineering Projects

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Visualization Support for ARD141

Current PI: Eric Nielsen, NASA Langley Research Center
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High-Fidelity CFD Simulations Supporting the Needs of Industry and the DOE

Current PI: Dillon Shaver, Argonne National Laboratory
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Applying Machine Learning to Reynolds Number Impact on High Pressure Turbine Flow

Current PI: Michal Osusky, GE Global Research
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Cavitation dynamics in the Spallation Neutron Source Target

Current PI: Eric Johnsen, University of Michigan
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Analysis of Combustion and Wave Dynamics in Rotating Detonation Engines

Current PI: Joseph Oefelein, Georgia Institute of Technology
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Achieving higher efficiency turbomachinery design via large eddy simulation

Current PI: Parviz Moin, Stanford University
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Aero-Propulsive Real Gas Effects for Human-Scale Mars Entry

Current PI: Eric Nielsen, NASA Langley Research Center
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Direct Numerical Simulation of Separated Flow over a Speed Bump at Higher Reynolds Numbers

Current PI: Ramesh Balakrishnan, Argonne National Laboratory
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Stratified Turbulence at Very Low Froude Number

Current PI: Stephen de Bruyn Kops, University of Massachusetts Amherst
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Flow Physics and Machine Learning Based Modeling of SBLI and WBLI in Transonic Compressors

Current PI: Stephan Priebe, GE Global Research, General Electric
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Characterizing Coastal Low-Level Jets and their Impact on Offshore Wind Farms

Current PI: Jing Li, General Electric
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Towards Understanding Instability Mechanisms of Axial Compressors

Current PI: Charles Hirsch, Numeca International
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Direct Numerical Simulations of High-Pressure Turbine Stages with Endwalls

Current PI: Richard Sandberg, University of Melbourne
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Design of Next Generation Energy Conversion Systems using Extreme-scale Computing

Current PI: Venkatramanan Raman, University of Michigan
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Engineering

Closing, Evaluating, and Validating Multiphase Flow Models in Porous Medium Sy

Current PI: Cass Miller, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Allocation Source: DOE INCITE PROGRAM
Allocation Hours: 5,000

Engineering

On the Physics of Three-Dimensional Unsteady Flow over Low Pressure Turbines

Current PI: Peter Vincent, Imperial College London
Allocation Source: DOE INCITE PROGRAM
Allocation Hours: 80,000,000