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HPCWE Workshop April 2021

HPCWE Workshop April 2021 In this internal workshop, two of the HPCWE research groups presented their intermediate results and progress. Watch the two presentations of

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Workshop Registration

Workshop Registration We successfully completed our virtual HPCWE workshop on September 14th & 15th. For everyone who missed the live event or wants to re-watch,

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Codes

Codes Flagship Codes N3D UTwente-LES Nektar++/SHARPy Code_Saturne Vortex-WRF-LES EWP – Explicit Wake Parametrisation N3D N3D, available from UoN and USP, is a high-order finite element

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1. Introduction Our website, https://www.hpcwe-project.eu (hereinafter: “the website”) uses cookies and other related technologies (for convenience all technologies are referred to as “cookies”). Cookies are also placed

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Publications

Publications Coastal Wind Power in Southern Santa Catarina, Brazil Authors: César Henrique Mattos Pires, Felipe M. Pimenta, Carla A. D’Aquino, Osvaldo R. Saavedra, Xuerui Mao

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Partners University of Nottingham Universität Stuttgart – High Performance Computing Center Imperial College London Technical University of Denmark EDF R&D University of Twente University of

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Project Summary

Project Summary Wind energy has become increasingly important as a clean and renewable alternative to fossil fuels in the energy portfolios of both Europe and

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HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING FORWIND ENERGY EU and Brazil – bringing Wind Energy Simulation towards Exascale The goal of HPCWE is to address the following key open

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