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  • SLAPI is a command line tool that communicates with Spectra Logic tape libraries using their XML command reference. This provides a simple way to administer and monitor Spectra Logic tape libraries in large data centers.
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  • Compared to full-order numerical models, the state-variable model (SVM) achieves multiple orders of reduction in computation time for simulation of electrochemical/thermal transport and reaction processes occurring inside lithium-ion and similar batteries with porous electrode construction. The model efficiently describes Li diffusion dynamics in active material and electrolyte phases, charge transfer kinetics, charge balance, and electron transport processes. The model requires a separate pre-processing step to identify SVM parameters.
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  • ldlms_plugins_llnl contains LLNL-developed plugins for LDMS (Lightweight Distributed Metric Service), which is software for low overhead monitoring, transport and storage of cluster metric data. These plugins add to LDMS the capability to monitor Lustre file system clients, metadata servers, and object storage servers.
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  • A graphical user interface for multipeak fitting Raman spectra, strongly based on lmfit.
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  • A command line tool that converts a protocol specification into a target language.
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  • The PSL Uncertainty Calculator can be used to determine the total uncertainty of a measurement system. In many measurement applications, the quantity of interest is not measured directly, but computed from a combination of several measured values. While the uncertainty of each measurand is typically straightforward to determine, total uncertainty of the output value requires calculation. This software calculates uncertainty using the framework provided by the Guide to Expression of Uncertainty in Measurements, JCGM100-2008E (GUM), and a Monte Carlo simulation as described by Supplement 1 to the GUM, by providing an easy to use graphical user interface and a Python package for running the calculations.
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  • https://www.osti.gov/doecMatMCNP is a code for generating material cards for the MCNP radiation transport code. The program allows for material specification as either atomic or weight percent (fractions). MatMCNP also permits the specification of enriched lithium, boron, and/or uranium. In addition to producing the material cards for MCNP, the code calculates the atomic (or number) density in atoms/barn-cm as well as the multiplier that should be used to convert neutron and gamma fluences into dose in the material specified.
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  • A critical component of designing solar energy projects that will have long-term profitability is the availability and access to accurate “bankable data”, methodologies and tools to understand the uncertainties in the data. The current solar energy performance and economic models used to convert solar resource data to power generation do not factor in or provide adequate information regarding the uncertainty in the solar resource information. The Solar resource uncertainty (SOLARUN) application assists stakeholders to quantify solar resource measurement uncertainty from radiometers which ultimately support in the decision-making process, speeds up the acceptance and deployment of projects and reduces risk to the financiers and developers.
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  • This module mostly wraps the XIA C-library to control and readout the XIA-pixie16 module. It also includes some functions to analyze the data and to make control of the pixie16 more convienent in python.
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  • A unit library was needed to be able to represent units of a wide range of disciplines and be able to separate them from the numerical values for use in calculations. The main driver is converting units to a standardized unit set when dealing with user input and output. And be able to use the unit as a singular type that could contain any unit, and not introduce a huge number of types to represent all possible units. Because sometimes the unit type needs to be used inside virtual function calls which must strictly define a type. The libary also has its origin in power systems so support for per-unit operations was also lacking in the alternatives.
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