software for DFA method
DIANNA (Diffraction Analysis of Nanopowders) is a free software developed to simulate atomic models of structures from an ensemble of nanoparticles and to calculate their whole X-ray powder diffraction patterns and the radial distribution function. The main objects of investigation are the particles whose coherent scattering domains do not exceed several nm. DIANNA is based on the ab initio method using the Debye scattering equation. This method makes it possible to obtain information on the atomic structure, shape and size of nanoparticles. It can be applied also to non-periodic materials or coherently ordered structures. Required "Microsoft .NET Framework 4": www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=17851 (Web Installer, 1 Mb) www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17718 (Standalone Installer, 48 Mb)
A .NET GPIB instrument automation and calibration framework. It will include universal and specific drivers for instruments of various nomenclatures, as well as procedures and tests to calibrate and operate them.
Mechanicus is a race simulator between player-constructed vehicles. This project is effectively abandoned.
For starters a DirectX (Direct3D-Panel) A suite to display simple x/y/measurements, which has to be fast, because those analogue position encoders never "rest" at the same position and we want to see our table-position in realtime (mswin-realtime)