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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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MFiX 19.1 Release Announcement

Dear MFiX user, We are pleased to announce the MFiX 19.1 release. Please visit https://mfix.netl.doe.gov/mfix/download-mfix to download the latest version. See the release note below that highlights the changes from the previous version. Please visit the MFS forum for any software related questions, or send administrative questions to admin@mfix.netl.doe.gov. Regards, The MFiX Development Team New[...]

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Invitation to NETL 2019 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science

UPDATE: The Deadline for presentation and poster abstracts has been extended to June 15, 2019. Read more... Dear Colleagues, You are cordially invited to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) 2019 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science. This year’s workshop will take place on Tuesday,[...]

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Multiphase Flow Science Discussion Forum Now Available

We are pleased to announce the new Multiphase Flow Science (MFS) discussion forum is now available. Please visit https://mfix.netl.doe.gov/forum to give it a try. The Forum is a discussion platform for MFiX, Nodeworks and Tracker. Developers and users can post topics (discussion threads) to various categories for each application. Typical[...]

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Save the Date: NETL 2019 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science

Dear Colleagues, Please "SAVE THE DATE" for the U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) 2019 Workshop on Multiphase Flow Science. This year’s workshop will take place on Tuesday, August 6 through Thursday, August 8, 2019, in Morgantown WV at the Morgantown Marriott at Waterfront Place. This event[...]

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MFiX-Exa: Optimizing a New Technology to Reduce Power Plant Carbon Dioxide Emissions

"A DOE Exascale Computing Project (ECP) effort, led by Madhava Syamlal of the National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL), is building a new tool, called MFiX-Exa, that will enable the needed high-fidelity simulations. MFiX-Exa is a computational fluid dynamics–discrete element model (CFD-DEM) code designed to run efficiently on current and next-generation massively parallel[...]

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