Physically correct simulation of 2D-waves
UPDATED VERSION ON GITHUB! http://github.com/AtiX/wavesim This is a physically correct simulation of waves on a surface, for example water-waves. It can also be used to simulate Microwaves, and has features like the support for different refraction indices, different wave sources and custom borders. Therefore, experiments like the double-slit-experiment can be easily simulated.
A simple (but growing) calculator for many electronic laws
This is a compilation of applications that have been made into one package, all of the programs included have been created by me, i have included a few simple law calculators at the moment, but will add more throughout updates. The current build includes: • Leyden Jar Capacitance Calculator • Resistor Colo(u)r Coder And more!
This app interfaces a serial inclined plane and get its data
This app sets and gets the plane height and slope. You can see, store, load and plot plane test results to observe the rolling/sliding phenomen.
Data logging and visualization in 2D and 3D for STMs.
This is a project we - ten students, 16 to 18 years old, and one teacher - are currently working on in the so called "Physik-Projektkurs" at school in which we build and program our own scanning tunneling microscope. This software is designed for DAQ systems by BMCM (we use the USB-AD16F), but it should not be too difficult to adapt it to foreign systems.It currently supports resolutions up to 1024x1024, visualization in 2D and 3D using colors from predefined gradients, export to PNG, CSV, OBJ and more! Requires at least .Net Framework 4.0, DirectX 9, optional: BMCM driver for your DAQ system
Analyse dynamical systems, plot its phase space and critical points.
Phase Space is born out of the need of a simple yet powerful open source tool to study dynamical systems. PhaseSpace allows you to plot the phase space of the dynamical system you are studying, its critical points and the curves of slope zero and infinite.It can also plot the solutions of the system and it's vector field. To use PhaseSpace you'll need to have Python installed along with Matplotlib and Numpy.
A simple MATLAB implementation of Wilsons NRG-method
At the moment this code can calculate free electron gas and the SIAM (single-impurity-anderson-model) In this version, the only thing computed by the code is the energy flow. There is no calculation for any thermodynamic quantaties. The implementation is very slow and rather for educational purposes to get an idea of the NRG-method. For example: it is not considered, that only matrix elements between states, whos occupation number differs by one and S_z differs by 1/2. There is only implicit parallelisation implemented by vectorizing the time consuming parts of the code. This code is licensed under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/legalcode)
Theoretische Physik Skript