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Digital rock physics uses 3-D reconstructions of rock fragments as the basis for virtual simulations and experiments.

Researchers from TACC and The University of Texas at Austin built a web portal where researchers can store, share, organize and analyze the structures of porous media, using the latest technologies in data management and computation.

The Digital Rocks Portal is connected to the Maverick supercomputer at TACC, allowing researchers to run complex, high-resolution visualizations and data analyses.


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