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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.
ByoDyn (http://cbbl.imim.es/ByoDyn) is a software tool for the study of biochemical networks within the framework of systems biology. SBML compatible, ByoDyn is a group effort of the Computational Biochemistry and Biophysics Lab.
ORTEP-III with CAIRO graphics backend
Computational Environment for Nuclear Structure
Serial CFD code for 2D / 3D problems
CFDtools is a set of libraries to manage data format for CFD (mesh/grid and flow data). It provides additional tools for development of simulations softwares.
Polycrystalline evolution simulation library in Fortran 2008 coarrays
Problem Solving Environment (PSE) for Data Assimilation and Model Calibration
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CP2K molecular dynamics code
This project aims to develop the compression SPH code can deal with the multi-phase surface motion problem. The code can simulate the wave surface tracking, wave breaking and wave interaction with structure.
CVM C++ Class Library encapsulates concepts of vector and square, band, symmetric and hermitian matrices in Euclidean space of real and complex numbers. It utilizes BLAS and LAPACK Fortran libraries. See http://cvmlib.com for binaries and more details.
DAFNE luminometer GEANT3 simulation, https://twiki.cern.ch/twiki/bin/view/LumiDet/WebHome
The Canopy project is an initiative to merge and expand the functionality of Perl-speaks-NONMEM (PsN), Census, Xpose and PopED. The goal is to produce a coherent, inclusive and convenient platform for pharmacometric data analysis.
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ChesROMS is developing a ROMS model of the Chesapeake Bay to help in the prediction of Harmful Algal Blooms. We hope to catalyze a new method of community modeling with involvement beyond the core researchers of the ChesROMS project.
Software bundle to provide development of the following softwares for simulating waves, currents, transport and mixing as well as sediment transport in coastal environments and hydraulic systems: LWBouss1D/2D BoussSand1D/2D OCTEAD FunSedi1D/2D
An extension of Code_Aster to add multilingual support to it's varying GUI interfaces included in the default package. Eventually, we also intend to extend Code_Aster by contributing command file templates and extending the analysis abilities.
ConPath was primarily developed as an independent tool, coupled to other Quantum Chemical codes, in order to explore the hyper-surfaces of conically intersecting geometries (equivalently the Intersection Space).
Development of constitutive models for the description of soil behaviour under static and cyclic loading.
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This project provides a web location for CUG members to share code or links to utilities, scripts, or procedures for managing Cray systems.
A program to merge chemical data with meteorological input used in BRAMS model.
The DUNS (Diagonalized Upwind Navier-Stokes)code is a 2D/3D, structured, multi-block, multi-species,reacting, steady/unsteady, Navier Stokes fluid dynamics code with q-omega turbulence model. It currently uses a diagonalized ADI procedure with upwind diff
DataDraw3d is a library and a programm for interactive displaying different kinds of scientific data in the interactive manner. It use OpenGL and/or GDK drawing facilities to archive best performance on high variety of platforms.
DAXCAD is an easy to use PC based CAD system. It was originally written in 1984 for Apollo workstations and runs today under Cygwin.
This project contains several libraries written in Fortan 77, Matlab and C++, pertinent to computational fluid dynamics, boundary element methods, finite and spectral element methods, numerical methods, and C++ programming in science and engineering.