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Main structure and flow structure of ‘blue whirl' flame revealed through supercomputer simulations.

Flame simulations entailed four million CPU hours distributed over the Deepthought2 system from the University of Maryland; the Thunder system from the Air Force Research Laboratory; and Stampede2 of TACC allocated through NSF-funded XSEDE.

Further research on blue whirls might help scientists develop ways to burn fuels more cleanly.


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