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The new system will allow researchers from all of NNSA's weapons design laboratories - LLNL, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Sandia National Laboratories - to run 3D simulations and calculations at resolutions that are difficult, time-consuming, or even impossible using today's state-of-the art supercomputers.
It will achieve a sustained performance of more than 1.5 exaFLOPS, or 1.5 quintillion calculations per second, and substantially outpace LLNLs Sierra system, which is currently the worlds second most powerful supercomputer at 125 petaFLOPS of peak performance.
Congratulations to ORNL and LLNL, to our partners, and to the Red Hat engineering and product teams who helped to drive these advancements forward!
Caption: An example of 3D parts fabricated by the holographic technique to produce parts in a fraction of the time of additive manufacturing techniques ([c] LLNL).
Soil and groundwater contamination was discovered at the LLNL Livermore Site and Site 300 in the 1980s.
Undaunted, LLNL scientists and collaborators are moving forward with prototyping a version of the fabric that can actively respond to bioweapons and chemical threats.
in plasma physics from Princeton University, Herrmann began his career at LLNL as postdoc in 1998, and then became a staff physicist in AX division.
The LLNL Materials Engineering Division (MED) research team has made breakthroughs experimenting with black metals.
Unlike previous carbon sequestration proposals, which required large amounts of energy to remove the captured C[O.sub.2] from reagents, which would then be recycled, the LLNL method captures and stores carbon in a single medium, carbonate minerals.
In addition, the communication bandwidth supporting data transmission for air to ground and the archive storage capability are too slow to support fast-turnaround human analysis, according to LLNL researchers.
This method differs from the approach being taken by LLNL's National Ignition Facility to achieve thermonuclear ignition and burn.
'These changes suggest that arid regions have become drier and high rainfall regions have become wetter,' said Paul Durack of the LLNL the study's lead author.