- exascale computing software that will be regularly released through open-source licensing,
- tools for V&V/UQ for use with other large applications with expensive function evaluations and sparse/expensive experimental data, and
- new advances in computational fluid dynamics, multiphase reacting flow and radiative heat transfer. The CCMSC is funded by the Predictive Science Academic Alliance Program.
|Small (30 µm) particles.
|Medium (60 µm) particles.
|Large (90 µm) particles.
Tackling this challenging problem is multidisciplinary team of scientists and engineers from the University of Utah, the University of California, Berkeley, and Brigham Young University. Prof. Philip Smith leads this effort with his executive commitee of President David Pershing and Prof. Martin Berzins. To ensure applicability of the CCMSC results, we have established a collaborative agreement with Alstom Power to jointly use this exascale technology to contribute to the design of a new 350MWe oxy-coal boiler. The CCMSC is organized into three teams, which correspond to our validation hierarchy: the Exascale Team, the Predictive Science/Physics Team, and the V&V/UQ Team.