Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.25, No.2/3 (Spring 1991): Supercomputing in Engineering Research
Burns, Joseph A.; Kolvoord, Robert A.; Sudan, Ravi; Longcope, Dana; Brown, Larry D.; Bartel, Donald L.; Gubbins, Keith E.; Walsh, Walsh; Shuler, Michael L.; Silcox, John; Pope, Stephen B.
IN THIS ISSUE: Super computing in Engineering Research at Cornell I/2 ... Supercomputer as Observatory? A Search for Moons in Planetary Rings Using the Cornell National Supercomputer Facility I/7 Joseph A. Burns and Robert A. Kolvoord ... Heating of the Solar Corona /14 Ravi Sudan and Dana Longcope ... Exploring the Earth's Interior with the Cornell Supercomputer /21 Larry D. Brown ... Mechanics and Supercomputing in Human Joint Replacement /29 Donald L. Bartel ... Molecular Simulation Using Supercomputers: Techniques for Predicting Fluid Properties /35 Keith E. Gubbins and John M. Walsh ... Computer Modeling in Research on Genetically Modified Bacteria /43 Michael L. Shuler ... The Microstructure of Materials: Studies Using a New Kind of Electron Microscope and a Supercomputer /48 John Silcox ... What a Supercomputer Can Reveal about Turbulence /54 Stephen B. Pope ... Faculty Publications /59
Internet-First University Press
Engineering; Cornell University; Supercomputers; Saturn's Moons; Solar Corona; Earth's Interior; Human Joint Replacement; Molecular Simulation; Computer Modeling; Electron Microscope