National Transport Code Collaboration

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What Is NTCC?

The goal of the National Transport Code Collaboration (NTCC) project is to bring about a change in the way fusion modeling codes are constructed and used in the fusion community. The objective is to develop modern transport codes to address major physics issues facing the fusion program. To this end, a project is proposed to promote sharing and community ownership of transport code modules (see List of Modules Table in ps for GhostView or in pdf for Acrobat or in html for MAC format) , and to develop a new framework based on modern computing techniques for rapidly assembling customizable transport codes. Development of national transport codes will be based on collaboration among theorists, modelers and experimentalists located in many of the institutions engaged in fusion research.

Who are the NTCC Members?

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See also the disclaimer.

This project is currently not funded. It was sponsored by the Office of Fusion Energy Sciences of the U. S. Department of Energy.