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Further Reading

H. D. Simon, T. Zacharia, R. Stevens, et al., “Modeling and Simulation at the Exascale for Energy and the Environment” (“E3 Report”) (2007).

P. Finck, D. Keyes, R. Stevens, et al., “Report on the Workshop on Simulation and Modeling for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems” (2006).

A. McIlroy, G. McRae, et al., “Basic Research Needs for Clean and Efficient Combustion of 21st Century Transportation Fuels” (2006).

G. Bothun, S. Hammond, S. Picataggio, et al., “Computational Research Needs for Alternative and Renewable Energy” (2008).

S. Schreck, J. Lundquist, W. Shaw, et al., “U.S. Department of Energy Workshop Report: Research Needs for Wind Resource Characterization,” National Renewable Energy Laboratory technical report NREL/TP-500-43521 (2008).


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