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 MOOSE Simulation Environment

The platform simplifies the creation of simulations for a myriad of model systems

Modeling and simulation has now become standard practice in nearly every branch of science. Building a useful simulation capability has traditionally been a daunting task because it required a team of software developers working for years with scientists to describe a given phenomenon.

Idaho National Laboratory's MOOSE (Multiphysics Object Oriented Simulation Environment) now makes modeling and simulation more accessible to a broad array of scientists. MOOSE enables simulation tools to be developed in a fraction of the time previously required. The tool has revolutionized predictive modeling, especially in the field of nuclear engineering — allowing nuclear fuels and materials scientists to develop numerous applications that predict the behavior of fuels and materials under operating and accident conditions.

Scientists who don't have in–depth knowledge of computer science can now develop an application that they can "plug and play" into the MOOSE simulation platform. In essence, MOOSE solves the mathematical equations embodied by the model.

Such a tool means scientists seeking a new simulation capability don't need to recruit a team of computational experts versed in, for example, parallel code development. Researchers can focus their efforts on the mathematical models for their field, and MOOSE does the rest. The simplicity has bred a herd of modeling applications describing phenomena in nuclear physics (BISON, MARMOT), geology (FALCON), chemistry (RAT) and engineering (RAVEN, Pronghorn).

MOOSE Overview

Meet the MOOSE Team

Meet the developers of MOOSE applications

BISON Nuclear Fuel Simulations

BISON is a thermo-mechanical code that models nuclear fuel performance

Meet the BISON Team

Meet the developers of BISON

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