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Advanced fusion code led by PPPL has been selected to participate in Early Science Programs on three new DOE Office of Science pre-exascale supercomputers.

The PPPL code, called XGC, simulates behavior of the ions, electrons and neutral atoms in the transport barrier region— or “pedestal” — between the ultra-hot core of the plasma that fuels fusion reactions and the cooler and turbulent outer edge of the plasma.

Two more PPPL-led codes are GTC-P and GTS codes that model plasma turbulence in the plasma core.

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