Our baseline calculation of a 64x64x64 mesh with a Reynolds number Re=10^2 on a Cray C-90 advanced to a 256x256x256 mesh with Re=10^4 on the 256-node NRL CM-5E, an increase in computing power of 256. The size was limited by the available memory on the NRL CM-5E. Scaling indicates that on a 1024-node CM-5, a 512x512x512 calculation would be possible.
Our baseline of 256x256 on a CRAY C-90 advanced to 1024x1024. Scale ranges from 10^2 km to 10^5 km now are modeled, spanning from the dissipation scale to the coronal loop scale.
Our baseline of 97x97x97 on a Cray C-90 advanced to 512x512x512 on the 256-node NRL CM-5E, an increase in computing effort of nearly 10^3.
Our baseline of 5x10^4 particles on the NRL CM-200 advanced to 2x10^6 particles on the 512-node AHPCRC CM-5, an increase of 40.