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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.
1 project | reddit.com/r/science | 10 Aug 2021
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.
Petition: End MATLAB in UIUC courses
2 projects | reddit.com/r/UIUC | 2 Oct 2021
I am not a controls person, but it after a bit of searching appears that the open source Xcos by SciLab appears to be relatively capable, and Python has simupy, which is at least competent enough to get use by NASA (though I think it lacks GUI support(?)).
Matlab with the unbeatable offer 💞
1 project | reddit.com/r/EngineeringStudents | 1 May 2021
A tool similar to simulink for python?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/learnpython | 2 Apr 2021
Closest thing is SimuPy. I haven’t got around to trying it out, but there’s a decent video about it here by the guy who made it. That video’s a few years old though, so there’s likely more functionality now :-)
What are some alternatives?
PyDy - Multibody dynamics tool kit.
PyFlow - Visual scripting framework for python - https://wonderworks-software.github.io/PyFlow
Incoherent-Light-Simulation - Simulation of the propagation of incoherent light, aiming to illustrate the concept of spatial coherence.
python-simulator - this thing is about a python simulator, which is coded in python.