Particle Hydrodynamics have never been smoother.
Gasoline is written in modern C. All you need to build it is
the MDL helper library and a C compiler.
To get started with gasoline, start by taking a look at the documentation.
Gasoline uses a fast, memory-efficient O(N log N) KD-Tree to solve Poisson's Equation for gravity
Gasoline uses an identical SPH method as the new ChaNGa
code. You can extend your results to problems requiring >100,000 cores without worrying about different numerics.
Gasoline uses a modern SPH method that features correct mixing behaviour in multiphase fluids and minimal artifical viscosity.
Gasoline includes support for star formation & feedback, radiative cooling, sink formation, and more.
Gasoline uses the Machine-Dependent Library to support diverse parallel architectures, from local threads to MPI to Charm++.
Gasoline includes features for simulating most astrophysical problems involving hydrodynamics and gravity, from the formation
of planets to the entire universe.
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