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The Design, Analysis, and Operations Toolkit (DAO-Tk) is a software package that allows users to explore design optimization, operations decision, and performance characterization of concentrating solar power tower plants. Users interface with the tool through a scripting language, and results are reported in time series tables, plots, runtime logs, and design outputs. Users choose from a list of variables such as tower height, solar multiple, design-point irradiance, thermal storage size, etc., and specify information about the system using a list of parameters. The software can then optimize the specified variables to reduce the cost of energy produced by the system while meeting certain production requirements, accounting for uncertain weather and electricity price forecasts, and correcting for equipment failures or repair time. The DAO-Tk software is the first comprehensive design tool of it's kind to incorporate all of these aspects while being deployed as open source.
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This code replicates the analysis completed in the published article (see reference below) for the 2D-DIC Challenge (https://sem.org/dic-challenge/), conducted under the auspices of the Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM). The purpose of the DIC Challenge is to provide a set of vetted and standard images, which all users and developers of Digital Image Correlation (DIC) software can use -DIC Challenge results from Sample 14 and Sample 15 of the DIC-Challenge images, and computes various statistics on the data, such as the noise, bias, and spatial resolution. P.L. Reu, E. Toussaint, E. Jones, H.A. Bruck, M. Iadicola, R. Balcaen, D.Z. Turner, T. Siebert, P. Lava, M. Simonsen (2018) Exp. Mech. 58(7):1067-1099, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11340-017-0349-0.
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This is a controller for distributed energy resources (i.e. photovoltaics, storage,..) based on model predictive control. It is written in Python.
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The Application Reporting and Termination Utility for Windows (terminate.exe) is a simple diagnostics and recovery tool designed to help LANDesk system administrators manage hung client applications on Windows systems. Terminate can either report on (tag) or stop (kill) a specified process on computers on which it is run. If KILL is specified, all processes that match the specified name and have a start time older than the specified minutes will be force stopped. If TAG is specified, all processes that match the name and have a start time older than the specified minutes will be reported to LANDesk inventory via the miniscan LANDesk client component.
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GIDIplus contains libraries for reading and using GNDS-formatted nuclear data. It includes sub-packages GIDI, MCGIDI, PoPs, numerical Functions and status Message Reporting along with scripts for building and installing the entire library.
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Zero-order Reaction Kinetics (Zero-RK) is a software package that simulates chemically reacting systems in a computationally efficient manner. The fundamental advance embodied in Zero-RK is the numerical approach, which results in orders-of-magnitude reduction in simulation time while maintaining the accuracy of the results.
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libROM is a collection of C++ classes that compute reduced order models and hyperreduced order models for systems of ordinary differential equations. libROM includes parallel, adaptive methods for proper orthogonal decomposition, and parallel, non-adaptive methods for hyperreduction using the discrete empirical interpolation method.
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EMN 2B LTE Questionnaire Summary: Includes background and motivation, respondent demographics and summary of LTE questionnaire responses.
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Computer System Security: The software is used to perform remote data integrity checking without relying on a single third party. In order to remove the trusted third party our tool uses distributed ledger (Blockchain) technology. The ledger is used to store evidences (in the form of hash values). These values are used as an input in the integrity checking process.
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The software generates and analyzes nuclear magnetic resonance spin diffusion simulations for the purpose of measuring domain sizes or spin diffusion constants in a heterogenous sample. Its primary capabilities are: 1. It solves the spin magnetization diffusion equation to simulate the results of a spin diffusion experiment using any structural input geometry, including structure models generated by molecular dynamics or other computational or experimental methods. 2. It compares the results of simulations on an input structure to experimental data, providing a data fitting algorithm to extract physical information from the experimental data via the simulation. 3. It can provide statistical measures to compare correlations between structural models, to determine domain clustering and connectedness, and to provide goodness-of-fit measures including chord length distributions, chi-squared values, Pearson coefficients and pair correlation functions. 4. It provides output reports, data files, and movies to visualize simulation results.
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