Committee on Building Cyberinfrastructure for Combustion Research, National Research Council. Transforming Combustion Research Through Cyberinfrastructure
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NA Press, 2011. 117 p. ISBN:0309163870 9780309163873This is a study of the structure and use of a cyberinfrastructure for combustion research. The trends in the continued use of fossil fuels and likely use of alternative combustion fuels call for more rapid development of improved combustion systems. Combustion has provided society with most of its energy needs for millenia, from igniting the fires of cave dwellers to propelling the rockets that traveled to the Moon. Even in the face of climate change and the increasing availability of alternative energy sources, fossil fuels will continue to be used for many decades. However, they will likely become more expensive, and pressure to minimize undesired combustion by-products (pollutants) will likely increase.Contents Summary Introduction Alternative Energy Sources Cyberinfrastructure in Combustion Organization of the Report References Cyberinfrastructure Defining Cyberinfrastructure Building a Community Cyberinfrastructure as Distributed Collaboration The Challenges Facing a Combustion Cyberinfrastructure The Petascale Frontier and the Exascale Challenge Cyberinfrastructure and Digital Research Collections Evolution of Data Collections Data-Curation Aims and Challenges Filling Data Gaps Aligning with the Combustion Community Measuring Progress Expanding Access to the Community Science Gateways NanoHUB Cloud Computing Scientific Work Flow References Combustion and Cyberinfrastructure Overview How Individual Researchers Would Benefit from a Combustion Cyberinfrastructure A Hierarchical Approach to Combustion Modeling Combustor Configurations Models, Submodels, and Reductions Data and Data Flow Species-Based Data Chemical Databases Continuum-Based Data Data Flow Cyberinfrastructure: A New Mode of Organization for a Community-Level Vision in Combustion Research References Recommendations A Cyberinfrastructure to Connect Combustion Research Communities Organizational Structure of Proposed Cyberinfrastructure Implementation Plan A Cyberinfrastructure as an Educational Tool Changes in Educational Programs Educational Components Budgetary Issues References Appendixes A The GRIMech Model B CHEMKIN Chemical Kinetics Software C Direct Numerical Simulations D Chemical Kinetic Reaction Mechanisms E Committee Meeting Agendas F Biographies of the Committee Members
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