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Commercial Applications for High-Performance Computing
The United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission has developed the thermal-hydraulic analysis code TRAC-M to consolidate the capabilities of its suite of reactor safety analysis codes. One of the requirements for the new consolidated code is that it supports parallel computations to extend code functionality and to improve execution speed. A flexible request driven Exterior Communication Interface (ECI) was developed at Penn State University for use with the consolidated code and has enableddoi:10.1117/12.434860 fatcat:coghber7hjasna24yai32bhdt4