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Enabling e-Research in combustion research community\ud

By T.V. Pham, P.M. Dew, L.M.S. Lau and M.J. Pilling

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Abstract\ud This paper proposes an application of the Collaborative e-Science Architecture (CeSA) to enable e-Research in combustion research community. A major problem of the community is that data required for constructing modelling might already exist but scattered and improperly evaluated. That makes the collection of data for constructing models difficult and time-consuming. The decentralised P2P collaborative environment of the CeSA is well suited to solve this distributed problem. It opens up access to scattered data and turns them to valuable resources. Other issues of the community addressed here are the needs for computational resources, storages and interoperability amongst different data formats can also be addressed by the use of Grid environment in the CeSA

Publisher: IEEE
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.whiterose.ac.uk:1898

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