Nauticle: a general-purpose particle-based simulation tool

10/23/2017
by   Balazs Toth, et al.
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Nauticle is a general-purpose numerical solver pursuing the easy adoption and application of arbitrary particle-based numerical schemes. Phenomena seemingly different from both physical and length-scale point of views, such as the motion of celestial objects or individuals in a flowing crowd are consid- ered as processes governed by internodal (interplanetary, interpersonal etc.) laws. Furthermore, a skeleton comprised of a system of spatially distributed particles is separated from the physical laws, which is therefore arbitrarily exchangeable and combineable. Motivated by this generalization, Nauticle considers interactions as mathematical functions operating on field variables over a particle system. Thus the governing equations are moved to the users level, facilitating the handling of almost arbitrary equations using the inter- action operators of the adopted interaction laws.

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