APBS is a software package for the numerical solution of the Poisson-Boltzmann equation, a popular continuum model for describing electrostatic interactions between molecular solutes over a wide range of length scales. <http://www.poissonboltzmann.org/>. Please register at http://goo.gl/LGVU5j before downloading!
Stand-alone application and Python tools for interactive and/or batch processing analysis of X-Ray Fluorescence Spectra. Graphical user interface (GUI) and batch processing capabilities provided.
Build custom robots in your browser with IncrediBots! Design your robot by drawing shapes, joints, motors, and more! Then, pilot your machine using your own custom key bindings. NOTE: OPEN SOURCE VERSION CAN BE DOWNLOADED FROM "FILES" TAB!
Open-source cross-platform spectrometer device driver
SeaBreeze is a device driver library that provides an interface to select Ocean Optics spectrometers. It is written in C/C++ and builds and runs on Windows (XP/7/8), MacOSX, and Linux (x86/x64/ARM).
Ab initio simulator for thermal transport and lattice anharmonicity
ALAMODE is designed for analyzing lattice anharmonicity and lattice thermal conductivity of solids. By using an external DFT package such as VASP and Quantum ESPRESSO, you can extract harmonic and anharmonic force constants straightforwardly with ALAMODE. Using the anharmonic force constants, you can also calculate lattice thermal conductivity from first principles. For more information about ALAMODE, please visit the following webpages: Documentation : http://alamode.readthedocs.io/en/latest/ git repository : https://github.com/ttadano/alamode
This project is no longer hosted on sourceforge, please go to https://github.com/jodersky/sims instead. A library for rigid body simulation written in Scala. This project was created under the terms of a one-year project at school (Gymnase de Burier). Another program for testing and visualizing SiMS, Graphyx, is included.
PDSTRIP is a hydrodynamic strip code for seakeeping. It computes ship motions for monohulls including sailing boats. PDSTRIP has been abandoned by its initiators, who do not wish to be contacted with use questions. The position of maintainer is vacant.
mCode is designed to be a dynamic 3d platform for simulation and visualization, with a focus on visual networking.
Nature is an open source library for computing thermochemical and kinetic properties of complex gas mixtures. The library supports the CHEMKIN data format and a native script for defining complex gas mixtures. Nature is written in C# and does not depend on any third party tool or library. Nature interoperates natively with any .NET language including the FTN95: Fortran 95 compiler. The primary goal of the project is to deliver the open source that provides the foundation for potentially complex CFD solutions capable of carrying computing in the distributed environment and particularly the Cloud computing.
libscmodcam provides an easy way for Linux applications to capture long-exposure frames from a Philips USB webcam (if it is supported by the PWC kernel driver). Currently only the SC1 modification and the C++ language are supported.
CFD scientific software. Provides simulation of 3D CFD problem based on Quasi-Gas Dynamics approach with radiation processes token into account. Lots of spectral intervals are considered. Parallel MPI/OpenMP-based implementation is provided.
This project aims at studying the physics of the september 11, 2001 attacks. It uses minimum assumptions to calculate the colllapse of the WTC towers. It is aimed to complete the NIST report that omits resistance from the towers' steel frame to the fall.
BrainFlux is a pet project to teach physics and math the right way -- giving a visual, conceptual understanding. This software includes fast and educational code for simulation and visualization of things like relativity and quantum mechanics.
A compliation of Physics derived claculators
A NEW GUI VERSION WILL BE RELEASED SOON! Thank you for visiting the Physics Calculator, provided by PIezoSystems Inc., please visit their company website at https://piezosystems.org. For other downloads, please visit our github page, https://github.com/PiezoSystems. We hope that you find this program useful and easy to use, for troubleshooting, please email us, firstname.lastname@example.org. If any bugs were found, please email us at email@example.com.
<Temporarily Unavailable Online> This project is aiming at completing a library of open codes (mainly based on MATLAB at present) to deal with Dipoles-Cavity Interaction problems. Common methods, including Green's function method and Master Equation method et al, will be applied to the coding. Samples of calculations and standard comparison with publications using the library will be given for demonstration of the usage. Interface to some commonly used software, such as Lumerical FDTD Solutions, will also be developed in the project. This project is titled under nanophotonics, quantum optics, nano-optics, computational physics and physics.
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.
The epler project's main intention is to provide a library with bindings to C++, and eventually C, Python and Fortran for manipulating, analyzing and visualizing large datasets. Building frontends on top of this isolated library is also planned.
Old project for GS2. Now moved to the gyrokinetics project.
This is the old project for GS2: Gyrokinetic Turbulence Simulator. Low frequency, electromagnetic turbulence occurs in magnetic fusion experiments, astrophysical plasmas, and basic physics experiments. GS2 is a full-featured, portable, parallel code for gyrokinetic simulation.
JCreme is an automated interface to the CREME96 modeling web app (https://creme96.nrl.navy.mil/). It allows the user to send multiple requests to the CREME96 website and retrieve the results. CREME stands for "Cosmic Ray Effects on Micro Electronics"
a tool to perform symbolic math calculations
Detect sphere-shaped paramagnetic deposits in MRI datasets
Moved to http://parkermills.github.io/MRI-PDQ/
This Meshula Kernel contains a reactive AI core, a high quality physics simulator, a math library, and assorted utility routines
The Moving Finite Elements project hosts a collection of simulation codes for time-dependent PDE systems that implement various forms of Keith Miller's gradient-weighted moving finite element (GWMFE) method. The Calliope sub-project aims to provide new reference implementations in modern object-oriented Fortran. Click on the Calliope tab on the main project menu bar.
NanoTrackJ - Size characterization of freely diffusing nanoparticles
NanoTrackJ moved to GitHub! Please see: https://github.com/thorstenwagner/ij-nanotrackj or http://fiji.sc/NanoTrackJ
A cross-platform combat simulator that will be created from the ground-up and will be heavily focus on physics of combat. Visual and audio advances to be made later.