Articles tagged with: Jaguar
Titan allows advanced scientific applications to reach unprecedented speeds, enabling scientific breakthroughs faster than ever with only a marginal increase in power consumption.
General Electric Global Research is using the hybrid CPU/GPU Cray XK7 Titan supercomputer managed by the OLCF to simulate hundreds of millions of water molecules freezing in slow motion.
Startup zooms to success improving fuel efficiency of long-haul trucks by more than 10 percent
Ford researchers wanted to optimize engine bay airflow while considering a significant number of design parameters, a job that required supercomputing resources on a completely new scale.
Using Vampir, a team of researchers has analyzed a running application in detail as it executed on all 220,000 CPU processors of Titan’s predecessor, Jaguar.
Fortune magazine profiled industrial use of HPC at OLCF, and several industrial users, in their annual, flagship Fortune 500 issue.
Using OLCF resources, scientists have simulated matter at the core’s bounce, when the shock wave starts to develop.
A team of researchers ran transient, or continuous, simulations on an ORNL supercomputer over three years to create the first physics-based test of hemispheric deglaciation, work that was recently featured in Nature.
Researchers led by Gerald Meehl of the National Center for Atmospheric Research used ORNL’s Jaguar supercomputer to explore just how much sea level is likely to rise and under what circumstances.
A project led by Amra Peles of UTRC is pushing the limits of lower-cost, genuinely renewable hydrogen production and use for fuel cells.