Tech-X

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VSim7

Tech-X has released VSim7, an electromagnetic time-domain three-dimensional solver with particle and plasma simulation capabilities

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USim 1.0

Tech-X, of Boulder, Colorado, has announced the release of USim 1.0, a plasma code for solving fluid plasma simulation problems on unstructured meshes

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Vorpal v5.0

Tech-X has released Vorpal v5.0, a new package that allows researchers to solve the most challenging problems in electromagnetics and electrostatics

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Vorpal 4.2

Tech-X has released version 4.2 of Vorpal, its software framework for electromagnetic and electrostatic simulations composed of particles and fluids for 1D, 2D, and 3D geometries

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Vorpal v4.0

Tech-X has released Vorpal v4.0, a software framework that enables electromagnetic and electrostatic simulations composed of particles and fluids for 1D, 2D, and 3D geometries

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GPULib v1.0

Tech-X has released GPULib v1.0, a software library taht executes vectorised mathematical functions on GPUs from Nvidia, bringing high-performance numerical operations to everyday desktop computers

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GPULib software library

Tech-X has released the GPULib software library, which executes vectorised mathematical functions on graphics processing units (GPUs) from Nvidia, bringing high-performance numerical operations to everyday desktop computers.

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FastDL v2.4

Tech-X has released FastDL v2.4, a software framework that enables parallel computations with IDL from ITT Visual Information Solutions. The new release improves both the performance and robustness of FastDL.

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Vorpal v2.2

Tech-X has released Vorpal v2.2, a software framework for simulating plasmas composed of particles and fluids for 1D, 2D, and 3D geometries.

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