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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. USim is a commercial-grade code applicable to a range of high-speed plasma problems such as optimising hypersonic planes, re-entry blackout mitigation, high-energy density plasmas validation, and understanding how black holes shine.

 

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