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An image from the jet noise simulation. A new design for an engine nozzle is shown in gray at left. Exhaust tempertures are in red/orange. The sound field is blue/cyan. Chevrons along the nozzle rim enhance turbulent mixing to reduce noise. (Illustration: Courtesy of the Center for Turbulence Research, Stanford University)
  
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Application: Stanford Researchers Break Million-Core Supercomputer Barrier
Posted Tue January 29, 2013 @05:50PM
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Application By Andrew Myers
Stanford University School of Engineering

Stanford Engineering's Center for Turbulence Research (CTR) has set a new record in computational science by successfully using a supercomputer with more than one million computing cores to solve a complex fluid dynamics problem the prediction of noise generated by a supersonic jet engine.

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