HYDROGEN FUEL NEWS | GE intends to use wind energy supercomputers to help bolster US offshore renewable power development.
GE will use IBM Summit as wind energy supercomputers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. This will make it possible for the company to conduct air current simulations with greater flexibility and precision than has ever been possible. The research conducted through the use of this specialized computing equipment may play a substantial role in the development, control and operation of offshore turbines in the future.
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