429 Advances in Multi-scale Techniques for Energy Applications
Srikanth Allu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
John Turner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
As the supercomputers become more powerful, scientific computing for physical phenomenon spanning multiple spatial and temporal scales will become realizable. This opens the avenue for a new paradigm in simulations at various length scales that could be aimed at studying complex interactions that researchers have not explored earlier. We would like to invite submissions that discusses the computational framework and the challenges arising from upscaling the solution across multiple scales. Talks are primarily solicited in application areas such as additive manufacturing, multi-phase flows including combustion, and energy storage etc.