PRESS RELEASE

Vorpal v3.0

Tech-X Corporation has released Vorpal v3.0, which is a software framework that enables plasma simulations composed of particles and fluids for 1D, 2D, and 3D geometries.

New capabilities will allow researchers to apply Vorpal in new application areas and enable more advanced simulations of the physics being studied.

These include a graphical user interface for input file creation/validation, support for non-uniform and non-Cartesian coordinate grids, new, improved computational techniques, better post-processing support, and improved diagnostics and documentation.

 

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