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High-Fidelity and Low-Fidelity Multi-physics CFD simulations for Advanced Nuclear Reactors

INES Colloquium

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Time
12-12:50 p.m.
Description
Haomin (Kirk) Yuan, Nuclear Engineer at Argonne National Labor, will discussNek5000 is an open-source Spectral Element Method CFD code developed in Argonne National Laboratory. It is the only CFD code in the NE-NEAMS program, which focuses on providing a simulation tool kit for the development and deployment of next-generation nuclear power technologies. Nek5000 has extremely well scalability for ten of thousands of MPI-ranks. Some recent development in Nek5000 will also be included in the talk.
Cost
Free

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