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With the PIC Fundamentals now almost over, it's time to sign up for Advanced Particle In Cell plasma simulation class. The early bird deadline is July 3rd, don't miss it!
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Course Date: August 3rd – September 21st, 2015. Registration Fee: $650 (Regular), $325 (Student) Early Bird Rate: $550 (Regular), $225 (Student) Early Bird Deadline: July 3rd, 2015 20% discount to all former students! Register Now!
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Don't forget to sign up for PIC Fundamentals course. The early bird deadline is today!
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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How to model diffuse reflections? Here is more info.
Molecules impacting surfaces reflect either diffusely or specularly, Since diffuse reflection is more common, it is important to model it correctly. In this article we discuss how to model diffuse reflection by sampling from Lambert's cosine law.
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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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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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Simulation of water vapor desorption and outgassing. Case on left is with warm walls, on right with cold walls.
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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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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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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.