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Tokamak Physics Library

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On the main page is a link to the Tokamak Physics Library, but there are no links to download it. Anyone know where to get it?

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It''s not a free engine. But you can always download the demo.

I must say that it''s pretty nice. Especially the stacked cubes. Objects rarely get "stuck" or anything.

Cédric

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I thought there was going to be a really nice simulation of tokamak reactors for a second... oh well. The java app ones are really dull.

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Java app? What do you mean? There is only one .exe to download, and it doesn''t look like Java at all.

Cédric

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Sorry I haven''t expressed myself very well.

When I saw the link with Tokamak in the title I thought it was refering to a simulation of a Tokamak Fussion reactor (an experimental generator of sorts).
There are simulators of this very thing on the internet where you can vary magnetic field strengths, ratios of deuterium and tritium, input energy etc but they are all dull java applet affairs.

The enginge the article refers to certainly looks quite nice :-)

For more Tokamak info check out http://www.acl.lanl.gov/GrandChal/Tok/tokamak.html

and here is a java app
http://w3.pppl.gov/~dstotler/SSFD/

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