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Since its inception in 2015, the world-class computation capabilities and expertise at the national laboratories have addressed problems in steel and aluminum manufacture, jet turbine design and manufacture, advanced materials for light weighting and high temperature, high corrosion applications, chemical processing and many more topic areas.
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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Materials Sciences, LLC partnered through HPC4Mfg to deploy topology optimization, additive manufacturing, machine learning, and utlra-high-powered computers to optimize exchanger physics and slash compressor energy consumption by 30%.
Argonne National Laboratory and Raytheon Technologies Research Center partnered through HPC4Mfg to develop data-driven approaches for optimizing gas turbine film-cooling designs while reducing turbine cooling air—thereby improving engine efficiency without sacrificing component durability.
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HPC4EI brings together the diverse set of computational skills and supercomputing capabilities of DOE National Laboratories to increase US industry’s energy efficiency and advance competitiveness. Learn about the next opportunity to partner with the superb talent and high performance computing platforms at DOE National Laboratories.
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