NETL


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NETL

A semantic network language, for connectionist architectures.

["NETL: A System for Representing and Using Real-World Data", S.E. Fahlman, MIT Press 1979].
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Contrasting two scenarios, retirement and no-retirement, NETL found that on-peak prices would increase under both.
Two early prototype IGCC facilities ultimately closed and were relocated, but in hindsight and for research purposes were "quite successful," said Thomas Sarkus, senior industrial partnerships manager, NETL.
According to NETL, Virginia Tech, which is applying for a patent on the technology, developed its converter under the DOE Solid State Energy Conversion Alliance (SECA) program, created to promote the development of SOFCs for commercialized power generation.
One of DOEs seventeen national laboratories, NETL focuses on America's economic prosperity through its energy-related research mission.
For this current research program, a comprehensive plan to monitor injected carbon dioxide has been established by the Virginia Center for Coal and Energy Research and NETL to better understand the feasibility of carbon dioxide storage in unmineable coal seams and to explore the potential for enhanced coal bed methane recovery.
DE, INTC, LPL, MIPS, MMI, NETL, NOK, NVDA, QCOM, RIMM, RVBD, SI, SNE, TXN.
Contact: Chriss Swaney, CMU, phone 412-268-5776; David Anna, NETL, phone 412-386-4646.
The lightweight, handheld device, developed with funding from the NETL, is designed to send a series of beeps to the operator to signal the location of underground piping.
To develop exascale capabilities in the MFIX code, termed MFIX-Exa, NETL is seeking expertise in the following: *Load balancing in DEM simulation - scalability of DEM suffers primarily from the non-uniform distribution of the particles across processors, resulting in a load imbalance *Scalable linear solvers for the eulerian fluid components of the DEM algorithm; *Reduction of the memory footprint of DEM simulations *Post processing and visualization of large data sets resulting from MFIX-Exa simulation; and *Uncertainty quantification methods that will scale efficiently with MFIX-Exa.
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NETL has developed a Continuum Coal Chemistry Module MFIX plug-in for coal combustion or gasification applications, but other applications are possible, including analysis of fluid catalytic cracking in oil refineries, nuclear particle coating, and ultrapure silicon production.