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on: November 30, 2011, 07:37:14 pm » posted from:Winchester,Massachusetts,United States

Hi:

I would like to share Energy2D: http://energy.concord.org/energy2d/index.html

This is a Java-based online computational fluid dynamics applet and application that allows you to study thermodynamics and heat transfer at the macroscopic level.

We found many students love our convection simulations:

http://energy.concord.org/energy2d/convection.html



Enjoy.

The Physics Teacher will run a Featured Article about this program in the March 2012 issue.
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Reply #1 on: December 01, 2011, 01:01:44 am » posted from:SINGAPORE,SINGAPORE,SINGAPORE

it is very nice.
is it also open source?
just wondering if we can use it in Ejs to enhance or change it to create simpler labs for high school context.
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Reply #2 on: December 01, 2011, 01:54:19 am » posted from:Winchester,Massachusetts,United States

Hi Lookang:

Energy2D is open-source. I don't know where the source code is at our GIT hub yet, because no one has requested it and all I did was just committing to it.

If you are interested in the algorithms, perhaps these are more readable:

http://energy.concord.org/heat_solver.pdf
http://energy.concord.org/fluid_solver.pdf


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Oh wow! Thanks for sharing!
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