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Form of Gauss' law for composite dielectrics is derived. The governing equations are demonstrated with a 1D program that solves electric potential across several pieces with a variable permittivity and mesh spacing.
Form of Gauss' law for composite dielectrics is derived. The governing equations are demonstrated with a 1D program that solves electric potential across several pieces with a variable permittivity and mesh spacing.
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Announcing a new course "Web Technologies for Scientific Computing". In this course you'll learn how to develop simulation codes that run in a web browser using #html5 , #javascript   and #webgl . Visit the link below to learn more and to register.
Web Technologies for Scientific Computing. Course Date: April 9 – May 28th, 2015. Registration Fee: $650 (Regular), $325 (Student) Early Bird Rate: $550 (Regular), $225 (Student) Early Bird Deadline: February 28th, 2015 20% discount to all former students! Register Now!
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Starting to get the hang of webGL
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We are looking for an experienced Javascript / HTML5 / WebGL developer. See https://www.particleincell.com/jobs/ to apply.
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IEPC2013 turned out great despite the shutdown.
The 33rd International Electric Propulsion Conference, IEPC2013, turned out really well with record attendance despite the on-going government shutdown.
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Interactive SVG+Javascript Demo for computing intersections between a cubic Bezier curve and a line
Interactive SVG+Javascript code for computing intersections between a line and a cubic Bezier curve.
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I recently converted Bird's DSMC0 from Fortran to Java, see here for more: http://www.particleincell.com/2013/dsmc0-in-java/
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Registration for Fundamentals of the Particle In Cell Method 2015 is now also open, https://www.particleincell.com/pic_fundamentals/. Register before the rates go up!
Introduction to the Electrostatic Particle In Cell (ES-PIC) method for simulating plasmas 8 week on-line course. May 4th - June 22nd, 2015. Register now!
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Catching up on posting some older items, here is a 1D turbofan calculator that was developed for the Propulsion course I was teaching at GWU in Spring'14 http://www.particleincell.com/blog/2014/turbofan-calculator/
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Online scammers are everywhere, even in technical conferences: http://www.particleincell.com/blog/2013/scammers-everywhere/
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Two weeks ago at the AIAA JPC conference I saw an interesting paper on difficulties in measuring facility background pressure when testing magnesium Hall thrusters. See here for more: http://www.particleincell.com/2013/qcm-pressure/ Don't forget to checkout the interactive demo.
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Plasma and rarefied gas simulations
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At Particle In Cell Consulting LLC (particleincell.com) we specialize in developing codes for simulating plasmas and rarefied gases. We also run a popular scientific computing / plasma physics blog. Connect with us to stay up to date with the latest happenings or to simply ask us a question.