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Agenda for 2019 NETL Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science

Dear Colleagues, Attached is the agenda for the 2019 NETL Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science. (http://mfix.netl.doe.gov/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Multiphase-Workshop_2019_Agenda_04.pdf) This year’s workshop honors the memory of two research colleagues who have recently passed away - Dr. Charles Stuart Daw  (March 16, 1950 - July 2, 2019) and Dr. John Steven “Jack” Halow (September[...]

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Tracker 19.1 Release Notes

We are pleased to announce the release of Tracker 19.1.0! This new release includes new features, bug fixes, and performance improvements. Please visit https://mfix.netl.doe.gov/tracker/download-tracker/ to download the latest version. Please visit the MFS forum for any software related questions, or send administrative questions to admin@mfix.netl.doe.gov. See the release notes below[...]

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Deadline for Presentation and Poster Abstracts Extended to June 15, 2019

Dear Colleagues, We are extending the deadline for Presentation and Poster Abstracts to June 15, 2019. Note that if you submitted an abstract already and have not received a response from us, please resend it to workshops@mfix.netl.doe.gov or directly to me at William.rogers@netl.doe.gov .   More information about the 2019[...]

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NETL Multiphase Flow Researchers to Work with Biomass Feedstock-Conversion Consortia to Aid Energy-Producing Biorefineries

NETL is bringing uncommon skills, equipment, analysis and communication tools to the work of a national laboratory consortia working to understand and improve how biomass feedstock integrates with combustion processes in biorefineries. NETL Director Brian Anderson, Ph.D., announced that the Laboratory, one of 17 Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories,[...]

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University Collaboration Advances Cleaner Energy Technology

NETL’s world-renowned computer modeling capabilities are front and center in a pivotal collaboration with West Virginia University (WVU). Computational modeling is a critical tool in technology development, and the forward-looking efforts by the NETL-WVU research team are improving the accuracy of fossil-fuel energy systems models — work that will ultimately[...]

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Nodeworks 19.1 Release Announcement

We are pleased to announce the release of Nodeworks 19.1! This release includes a complete over-haul of the Optimization tool-set and the introduction of a new Uncertainty Quantification tool-set, which are offered together under a single Surrogate Modeling and Analysis menu option. This new tool-set includes many new features that[...]

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