Step is an interactive physical simulation program for education. StepCore is a physical simulation library on which Step is based. Please refer to http://edu.kde.org/step for more details.
Optical ray tracing library based on MATLAB environment Now working on the simple raytracing simulation. Documents are not ready yet. NEW UPDATE : ray generation function, other bug fix and multiple ray treatment
LuaLB is an open-source parallelizable lattice Boltzmann simulation for computational fluid dynamics with Lua scripting.
Simulation of star movements with great visualizations of flights through star fields.
ephemeritis is to be a library for ephemeris calculations. When complete, it will provide an API for calculating the positions, the rise and set times, and related information about stars, planets, the Moon, and other astronomical objects.
Library of functions used to model simple (one dimensional) liquid crystal cells
AQUYNZA is a set of C++ libraries, sample programs and doc's for the modelling, visualization and persistence of 3D environments. Its modular and highly portable. Its primary objective is helping to learn (and teach) computer graphics. (code in SPANISH)!
AbeGroup is a software package that will perform basic functions on algebraic groups. The first goal is to input a group, given the generators, and AbeGroup will determine whether or not the group is abelian. Further functionality will be added.
This project demonstrates the use of a sniper gun (physics), and the behaviour of agents in a 3D world in case of a catastrophy like the assassination of a person.
The intention is to create a platform for developing performant navigation and behavioral algorithms that would then work well applied to real world robots. All development is cross platform. Initially for Linux and Windows. Languages used: C/C++,OpenG
BrennerMD is a public domain Fortran molecular dynamics program by Donald Brenner and other people. This project is to maintain the original source code and to build a Python interface on top of it.
ChemVisio is software which might be useful for educational purposes (non-organic chemistry, crystallography etc.). It might be a good visualization support for all people who need better illustrations than that you could see in books.
Study of ultra high energy neutrino cross sections and sensitivity of future neutrino experiments
Domain Enterprise-Wide Devices - DEWD Provides Domain Management, Simulation, Domain Presentation, Mission Management, integration with Next-Midas/X-Midas, System Q/A Tools
Plugin orientated Discrete Dipole Approximation (DDA) Solver
Discrete Dipole Approximation Project, is a software package designed to solve the Discrete Dipole Problem by the Discrete Dipole Approximation (DDA) method. This software is desgined to be plugin operated allowing for easy implimincation of new solver methods to improve the efficienty of the code. The plugin support also allow the program to write its output in multiple formats and structures defined by plugins.
Dodona is a molecular dynamics program which aims to treat nanostructures. It is provided with a basic interpretater language and can easily be extended with plugins. It supports basic matrix and vector manipulation in a Matlab/Octave-fashion way.
The library in C++ for numerical modeling any dynamic systems.
Finite Element Method on 3D Meshes
f3dmlib is a FEM library that can read, write and analyse 3D tetrahedral meshes, minimize a given functional, and refine the resulting meshes. The minimization is parallelized with OpenMP. Three main features in unstable 1.8.x version (available via GIT): quadratic elements, periodic boundary conditions, and the solver for scalar and electromagnetic wave equations. f3dmgeom is a collection of a few simple tools for creating surface meshes for tetgen. It can handle simple geometries only.
An Open source Analysis and SImulation Toolbox for Fuel Cells
FAST is an Analysis and Simulation Toolbox (FAST) for Fuel Cells (FC) FAST-FC is the doctorate work of David B. Harvey and was developed with support from the U.S. DOE, Ballard, and Queen's University. Derivative works of FAST-FC include FC-APOLLO which is a forked branch of this project intended to capture the code state at the exit of the funded DOE project. FAST-FC is the open and active community branch. FAST-FC is developed and maintained by the original creator and developer, David B. Harvey. Features of FAST-fc include transport of gases and liquids, multi-step reaction kinetics, transient and steady state operation for performance and durability, and scalable dimensionality from 1D - 3D domains. Future development work is on-going in FAST-fc and our strategic development schedule includes membrane degradation, improved liquid water transport models through the application of pore networks, and extension to stack-level simulation.
FCE stands for Fastest Convolution in the Emirates and is a utility set to perform various types of convolution in the shortest possible time.
GRAnular Media Simulation in C++ using Molecular Dynamics. To be used in PhD work. The code will support: collision, electric dipoles (long range forces), intergranular fluid, and possibly MPI for parallel computing.
GraphWriter is an easy to use C++ library for creating graphs.
HugoEstudio is a mathematical tool that resolve step by step mathematical problems (arithmetic, algebra, calculus, etc), is still in development phase.
IFoam is an OpenFOAM derived framework. It uses Python programming language for definition of its API. Itegrates visual components for limited post-processing. Provides access to some GUI components for more efficient set up the simulation cases.
This project provides a simple atmospheric model as a Fortran 90 library. The model solves some of the most important processes of the tropical climate system, and is suitable for example for studying ocean/atmopshere interactions.