Led by Philip Smith and Tom Fletcher
The Predictive Science Team is focusing on four key physics components that will improve the predictivity of simulations of the 350 MWe oxycoal-fired boiler:
- turbulent fluid transport,
- multiphase flow,
- particle combustion, and
- radiative heat transfer.
Advances in these four areas will provide predictions of a wider range of phenomena, over a wider range of space and time scales, with improved predictive accuracy and reduced uncertainty, or at least a better understanding of the uncertainty in comparison to existing capabilities. We anticipate the majority of the disciplinary advances will come as a result of the tight coupling between the predictive science team with the exascale and V/UQ activities.
Predictive Science Team
Philip Smith, Predictive Science Lead, CCMSC Director, ICSE Director, and Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Utah
Thomas Fletcher, Predictive Science co-Lead, Professor, Chemical Engineering, Brigham Young University
James Sutherland, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Utah
Sean Smith, Research Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Utah
Jeremy Thornock, Research Assistant Professor, Chemical Engineering, University of Utah