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T-3 staff members are involved in modern hydrodynamic theory, modeling and computational simulations. There is an emphasis on coupling advanced numerical methods for fluid dynamics at all flow velocities with models for other processes, including chemical reactions, phase change, heat and mass transfer, plasma behavior, constitutive properties of structural materials, and combustion. Advanced models and methods are incorporated in fully functional 2- and 3-D computer simulation codes and implemented on the full spectrum of computing hardware from high performance workstations to massively parallel supercomputers. Current applications areas include nuclear and conventional weapons, internal combustion engines, structural materials, process chemistry for the oil and gas, ferrous metals and chemical industries, models for casting, and circulation models for the global ocean.


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