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Simulations and software
Pages containing a repository of Surrey astrophysics simulations and community software:
Code developed by our group members
The binary_c and binary_grid codes together form a state-of-the-art software framework for the evolution of single and binary stars, nucleosynthesis studies and stellar population calculations.
EMACSS (Evolve Me a Cluster of StarS)
EMACSS is a rapid clusters evolution code developed by Poul Alexander (Cambridge) and Mark Gieles. Take a look at the accompanying papers:
LIMEPY (Lowered Isothermal Model Explorer in PYthon)
LIMEPY is a python base code to solve a general class of lowered isothermal model, including Michie (1963) King (1966) and Wilson (1975), including radial anisotropy and multi-mass systems (Gieles and Zocchi, ArXiv 1508.02120)
NBODY6tt is an adapted version of Aarseth's NBODY6 (NBODY6 Tidal Tensor) which allows the user defined external potentials to be applied to the cluster. Written by Florent Renaud (Surrey, formerly at Strassbourg and Saclay) and Mark Gieles (Surrey). Read the method papers, this was applied to clusters in merging galaxies and star clusters in dwarf galaxies accreting on the Milky Way.
Window to the Stars
Window to the Stars is a graphical user interface to the popular TWIN single/binary stellar evolution code, for novices, students and professional astrophysicists. It removes the drudgery associated with the traditional approach to running the code, while maintaining the power, output quality and flexibility a modern stellar evolutionist requires. It is currently being used for cutting edge research and interactive teaching. Virtualbox image.