Hack of the Whenever I Get Around to It

May 3, 2006

Particle physics simulation software

Filed under: Uncategorized — Chris Merck @ 8:06 pm

A long while ago I wrote some QuickBasic code to simulate the movement of massive bodies about one another in 2D space (SMLPRT I called it). It made a nice MS-DOS screensaver. I rewrote it in C a few years ago for DOS on a 286, and just the other day ported it to linux using svgalib, then sdl, then sdl-opengl 3d.
The new code simulates the flow of water by calculating the forces between individual molecules. The code can easily be customized by changing the force – distance function. Some features I have added are using the mouse to prod the particles and gravity.

http://navaburo.bizhat.com/smlprt/index.html

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