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== The problem sheet ==
 
== The problem sheet ==
  
You can get the problem sheet [[here]]. Solutions have to be handed in as a single PDF or on paper until 11th of November.
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You can get the problem sheet {{Download|Sim_Meth_I_Tutorial1.pdf|here}}. Solutions have to be handed in as a single PDF or on paper until 11th of November.
  
  
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* A simple Molecular Dynamics Code to deal with more complicated problems. With three different integrators, parts of our solar system can be simulated and viewed. Two of those integrators have to be implemented by you.
 
* A simple Molecular Dynamics Code to deal with more complicated problems. With three different integrators, parts of our solar system can be simulated and viewed. Two of those integrators have to be implemented by you.
  
It is available for download [[here]].
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It is available for download {{Download|Sim_Meth_I_Tutorial1_Code.tar.gz|here|tar}}.

Latest revision as of 12:46, 26 October 2009

Tutorial 1

The problem sheet

You can get the problem sheet application_pdf.pnghere (148 KB)Info circle.png. Solutions have to be handed in as a single PDF or on paper until 11th of November.


The corresponding code

The prepared code consists of three parts:

  • A simple C-Program that integrates the equations of motion for a single particle with a constant external force. The integration algorithm needs to be implemented by you.
  • A Qt-Frontend to the integrator to make up for a nice game.
  • A simple Molecular Dynamics Code to deal with more complicated problems. With three different integrators, parts of our solar system can be simulated and viewed. Two of those integrators have to be implemented by you.

It is available for download tar.pnghere (12 KB)Info circle.png.