The class libraries here provide infrastructure for creating simulations of low energy nuclear physics experiments, as well as some useful working programs that do simple simulations and analysis of experiments performed with magnetic spectrographs.
A set of utilities for CFD. Includes grid generators for basic geometries such as the NACA series airfoils, and solvers for methods such as SIMPLE and MacCormack using FDM or FVM. Also includes some code of academic interest (Matrix/PDE solvers).
Simple physics simulation of Curvilinear and Rectilinear Motions
This project has the role of simulating simple Curvilinear and Rectilinear Motions with an easy to use user interface. This program can be used for educational purposes as well as for any other purpose anyone would like. The executable file is a .jar files which means that it can run in any operating system that supports java. Above you can see a screenshot of the program while it is operating.
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Ruby-Newton is a Ruby wrapper for the NewtonGameDynamics physics engine ( http://newtondynamics.com/ ) It brings object-oriented real-time animated physics simulations to Ruby-enabled applications (e.g. 3D modeling tool with interactive scripting support
The Tylon Physics Engine is arigid body, iterative, impulse-based physics engine completely written in C#. Tylon is a general purpose, cross-platform, physics engine.
ZeroTime Physics Engine is a Physics engine in C#. Other physics other software backends or hardware backends may be included.
Tcl/Tk support for the EPICS control system along with EPICS aware megawidgets.
A bunch of miscillaneous scientific simulation projects not important enough to have their own project. Includes Gaspard-Rice chaotic scattering simulation, sea ice emissivity modelling, IDL library and any others I create or find kicking around.