# Questions tagged [simulation]

Simulation is the process of mimicking the behaviour of a real physical process or system using a representative model.

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### Simulating interaction of Smart Fluids with Solids

Is it possible to simulate interaction of Smart Fluids with Solids? Is there a software capable of doing so? What I Know: The two software that I know of are Autodesk Simulation Mechanical and ...
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### Lagrange Multipliers in Multi-body Finite Element Code

I'm working on a Multibody dynamics code using the finite element method to simulate the behaviour of flexible beams (using this paper if anyone is interested/ it is relevant). I'd like to model ...
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### Which processor should I consider buying for a desktop built for scientific computing?

I run Python/C simulations for biological problems, so the range of computational tasks can be broad. Here are some examples: 1) continuum model simulations: FEM type 2) agent-based simulations: ...
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### Why do the shape of finite elements matter?

I have used FEA for a couple of years now, but using it and using it correctly are two different things, safety factor is not the solution to everything. I have the feeling I won't be using it right ...
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### Is it possible to simulate fluid dynamics in a time-based and deterministic manner?

The Problem Domain I have a number of network-connected PCs. I want to be able to simulate and replicate the same simple fluid dynamics simulation (E.g. Navier-Stokes), in real-time, between them. ...
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### Iteratively refine bounds on exp for Metropolis criterion

In Monte Carlo simulations, using the Metropolis criterion, one often has to compare a random number $a$, $0 \leq a < 1$, to the Boltzmann distribution $exp(-\beta\Delta E)$, where $\Delta E$ is ...
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### How can I create a computational model of the human eye?

I need to create a program that can simulate the optical system of the human eye. The input will be any image, the output would be the image that is projected onto the retina. I need it to be as ...
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### Implementation of Navier-Stokes Equation for Ocean Waves

I am doing an undergraduate research to model ocean waves in shallow waters in real time. I am trying to base my research on Navier-Stokes equations since they produce the most accurate mathematical ...
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### What scale problem can be simulated on an PC using Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics?

I want to simulate tidal features in a large body of water using was smooth particle hydrodynamics. For a system composed of an incompressible fluid, what general scale of problem can be tackled with ...
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### What are the advantages and disadvantages of the particle decomposition and domain decomposition parallelization algorithms?

I am running molecular dynamics (MD) simulations using several software packages, like Gromacs and DL_POLY. Gromacs now supports both the particle decomposition and domain decomposition algorithms. ...
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### Barnes-Hut algorithm and recursion limit

If while distributing particles to their corresponding nodes, two particles comes closer to a level smaller than the machine precision (or $\Delta d \to 0$), how is the situation to be treated? Should ...
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### Algorithms for adding hydrogens on a molecule

I want to add hydrogens to some linear polymer molecules (polyethylenes). I know some working methods like using PyMOL internal function h_add. This method works, but hydrogens are added at distances ...
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### Celestial mechanics simulation software? The 'N-Body Problem'

What software or sites might simulate an N-body gravitational problem? Application is related to Klemperer Rosette or Iridium Satellites. Bias for C, C++, PHP, or Java. Nice visuals a big plus. ...
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### Efficient Gravitational Field Implementation

I asked a similar question on physics.stackexchange, being ignorant about this website. I am basically looking for an efficient way to implement gravitational fields. I have a huge 2D space, with ...
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### Euler's equations for a tube with varying cross-section

$\def\pd{\partial}$ $\def\l{\left}\def\r{\right}$ $\def\mdot{{\dot{m}}}$ $\def\eps{\varepsilon}$ Consider a tube with longitudinal coordinate $x$ from $0$ to $l$ and varying cross-section $A(x)$. ...
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### How to do co-simulation with two FMU models

I have two FMU developed with different simulation tools. I would like to connect them through some variables and run a co-simulation with an open source tool as OpenModelica. This co-simulation has ...
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### Simulating evolution of comet

I have to present a working 3D simulation of an arbitrary comet in a close proximity to the Sun or to the Jupiter. In specific, I want to simulate comets D/1993 F2 and C/2011 W3, using the theoretical ...
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### Is using Monte Carlo method a good approach for solving Boltzmann equation?

I'm trying to solve for electron and hole distribution function using Boltzmann equation with various scattering mechanisms. Since I land up with an integro-differential equation, analytical solution ...
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### Verlet Leap-frog Method of approximating orbits

I found the following simulation of an orbit given the semi-major axis of the ellipse, eccentricity, initial velocity, the mass of the object being orbited, and initial position of the orbiting ...
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### Representing charges in computer programming

I'm preparing for a thesis in computer science on calculations based on concepts from Neuroelectrodynamics. In short this theory states, that information transfer is not done by spike time coding, ...