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Frontera simulations by Diego Donzis of TAMU investigate mixing process in compressible flows, long considered computationally intractable.

High speed turbulent flows are important in fuel combustion mixing for cars, planes, and rockets.

Frontera's computational capacity and well-known architecture give it an advantage in full-scale, full-machine compressible turbulent simulations.

Asynchronous tolerant schemes developed by Donzis for testing on Frontera to cut processor overhead, key bottleneck for exascale systems.


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