The Carbon-Capture Multidisciplinary Simulation Center (CCMSC) is demonstrating exascale computing with V&V/UQ to more rapidly deploy a new technology for providing low cost, low emission electric power generation to meet the growing energy needs of the U.S. We are using a hierarchal validation approach to obtain simultaneous consistency between a set of selected experiments at different scales embodying the key physics components (large eddy simulations, multiphase flow, particle combustion and radiation) to predict performance in a 350MWe oxy-fired boiler.
To solve this problem, we are developing the following tools:
The CCMSC is funded by the Predictive Science Academic Alliance Program.
Exascale Computing and Software
James C. Sutherland, Babak Goshayeshi Overview High-fidelity simulation of turbulent combustion is an expensive endeavor because of the range of length and time scales present and the complexity of the physical phenomena involved (nonlinear coupling between… Read more
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