is a high performance electromagnetic code using FDTD numerical algorithm that also solves for particles motion and plasma physics kinetic equations.
The VSim electromagnetic, particle, and plasma high performance application is a flexible, multiplatform, Particle-in-Cell (PIC) simulation tool for running computationally intensive modeling problems. VSim enables you to switch easily between 1, 2, or 3 dimensions and then watch your model run lightning-fast. Using algorithms designed for the exacting demands of high performance computing systems, VSim can run simulations on your laptop or supercomputing cluster.
With VSim, you can start simulating using our wide range of examples, which demonstrate both classical physics problems and real world devices. Our real world examples include plasma discharges, ion thrusters, satellite charging, RADAR antennas, vacuum electronics, photonic devices, and particle accelerator components. Easily customize these models to run your own simulations.
Alternatively, you can create your own simulations with our powerful command language. Whether you start with our examples or create your simulations, you will be using the same trusted, extensively bechmarked physics engine.
is a fluid plasma modeling framework that simulates the dynamics of charged fluids or neutrals.
Using structured or unstructured meshes, USim quickly and accurately solves such basic problems as shock and instability capturing in inviscid, compressible neutral gas flows (Euler equations) or profile evolution in ionized plasmas (ideal MHD equations).
Advanced USim packages also support increasingly complex fluid models such as Hall MHD, two-fluid plasma, and Navier-Stokes enabling increasingly detailed models of hypersonic flows and improved designs for high energy density laboratory plasma experiments. USim's built-in three-dimensional visualization capability, multi-platform availability (Linux, Mac, and Windows), and examples will get you up and running quickly.
An object-oriented framework that simulates phase morphologies of dense block copolymers melt systems.
PSim quickly solves the numerical self-consistent field theory (SCFT) equations for modeling copolymers.
The SCFT algorithm is rigorous method for coarse-graining models of complex block copolymer mixtures such that sufficient detail is retained to describe the novel morphologies these materials form when they undergo phase segregation. This coarse-graining procedure allows researchers to study block copolymer structure in simulations that can run much faster than more explicit methods such as classical all-atom molecular dynamics.
PSim's built-in three-dimensional visualization capability, multi-platform availability (Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows), and examples will get you up and running quickly.