Svetlana G. Shasharina

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FACETS (Framework Application for Core-Edge Transport Simulations), now in its second year, has achieved its first coupled core-edge transport simulations. In the process, a number of accompanying accomplishments were achieved. These include a new parallel core component, a new wall component, improvements in edge and source components, and the framework(More)
Simulations and experiments in the fusion and plasma physics community generate large datasets at remote sites. Visualization and analysis of these datasets are difficult because of the incompatibility among the various data formats adopted by simulation, experiments, and analysis tools, and the large sizes of analyzed data. Grids and Web services(More)
As the fusion community becomes more interconnected and problems become more complex, very close collaborative efforts are expected. This requires internetworking various codes, comparing solutions from multiple solvers, and sharing of data and data analysis tools. However, the data formats and data analysis tools used in fusion and plasma simulations are(More)
The FACETS project aims to provide computational tools for whole device simulation of tokamak transport for use in fusion applications. The framework provides flexibility by allowing users to choose the best model for a given physics target. Our goals are to develop accurate transport solvers using neoclassical and turbulent fluxes with varying degree of(More)
The application’s C++ server provides a mechanism for running data analysis and visualization tools that are collocated with the server, such as IDL and OpenDX, and maintains connections with multiple clients. Using standard CORBA mechanisms, the analysis and visualization scripts are transferred from the clients to the server, get executed there and create(More)