Flying green

Four years after his Ph.D., turbulence and combustion modeler Bruce Perry has drawn a plum assignment. He and colleagues are… Read More

February 14, 2024

HPC revs up engine designs

An Argonne National Laboratory team is combining software innovations with supercomputing advances to jump-start internal-combustion engine designs in the name… Read More

July 20, 2016

Updating apps

Ramanan Sankaran and his Oak Ridge National Laboratory colleagues have been setting up to run their combustion simulations on Titan,… Read More

March 13, 2013

Future flames

Gasifying coal to produce hydrogen and other synthetic fuels is an ambitious project in its own right. But DOE’s Office… Read More

September 15, 2009

Causing a stir

Turbulence has confounded physicists for ages. Richard Feynman called turbulence “the most important unsolved problem in classical Newtonian physics.” Werner… Read More

August 17, 2009

An explosive past

Global climate concerns, energy demand and air pollution worldwide are at all-time highs and have driven an unprecedented push toward… Read More

August 4, 2009

Burning questions

Next time you’re presented with a birthday cake, try blowing gently on the candles before giving the big, out-they-all-go puff.… Read More

April 16, 2007