Rocket-test VS fdtd

Compare Rocket-test vs fdtd and see what are their differences.

Rocket-test

This is a simulation of a solid propellant rocket . The situations is a straight accent and descent , that means angle of launch is perpendicular to the surface and acceleration due to gravity is assumed constant throughout. (by beetrandahiya)
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Rocket-test fdtd
1 1
0 123
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3.7 8.2
9 months ago 16 days ago
JavaScript Python
- MIT License
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Rocket-test

Posts with mentions or reviews of Rocket-test. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-09-14.
  • A few super simple simulations.
    Solid propellent rocket simulation : https://beetrandahiya.github.io/Rocket-test/ Github:-https://github.com/beetrandahiya/Rocket-test

fdtd

Posts with mentions or reviews of fdtd. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects.
  • In a demonstration of Einstein’s E=mc2, collisions of light yielded electrons and positrons. Physicists are claiming the first direct observation of the long-sought Breit-Wheeler process, in which two particles of light, or photons, crash into one another & produce an electron & a positron.
    reddit.com/r/science | 2021-08-10
    I am trying to create a cellular automata based on electro-magnetism and see what happens if I add gravity to it. I found this repository that simulates EM and managed to add gravity to it just by adding a scalar field that averages itself over time with neighboring cells and making the gravity in a spot proportional to the difference of the G scalar field at that location relative to it's neighbors.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing Rocket-test and fdtd you can also consider the following projects:

Incoherent-Light-Simulation - Simulation of the propagation of incoherent light, aiming to illustrate the concept of spatial coherence.

simupy - A framework for modeling and simulating dynamical systems