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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013

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Extreme Data for Business Situational Awareness Demands High Performance Computing (HPC)

SESSION: HPC Impact Showcase Wednesday

EVENT TYPE: HPC Impact Showcases

TIME: 1:40PM - 2:20PM

SESSION CHAIR: David Halstead

ROOM:Booth 3947

ABSTRACT:
Juxtaposing several trendsgrowth of big data, the fact that most data centers use as much overhead energy as they do to power their computing resources, inadequate data center infrastructure, and the move to the smart grida new agile, scalable, and sustainable energy technology market has formed. LGT Advanced Technology seeks to address this new market with its sustainable energy system (SES). The SES represents the first renewable energy system that allows all forms of energy to cogenerate while storing energy for on-demand use. At its core is a fully decoupled wind turbine and tower complex using hydraulic transmission. Its energy storage system feeds ground-based generators that are uniquely clustered, delivering high-voltage direct current to specialized energy consumers in nearly all weather conditions. Our global optimization processes will couple a high-performance computing (HPC) system and command operation center, dynamically optimizing an entire energy farm based on real-time operating and financial metrics. LGT use of HPC for breakthrough innovation of tough engineering problems: * Modeling and simulations of systems-of-systems * Computational fluid dynamics modeling to predict turbine performance * Continuous monitoring, reporting, and autonomic functions HPC-supported nontraditional aspects of the SES: * Acoustic modeling for bat avoidance * Reductions in infrastructure size and weight Just as the Internet transformed information and knowledge, clean and sustainable power producing technologyefficient turbines, energy storage, and agile cogenerationwill have similar global impacts. Renewable energy is universally recognized as a necessary path on the route to global environmental and economic recovery. This recovery is impossible without HPC.

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