High resolution models of turbulent flames.
State-of-the-art neutrino radiation hydrodynamics.
SPH simulations of binary mergers.
CTA scientists use a variety of codes to model radiation transport. Some are in open repositories and we hope to make more available.
CTA scientists are engaged in a wide variety of projects, producing different data sets. The links below download tar files of this data. The tar files typically contain light curves and spectra for the described models. Models are listed in order of creation date.
CTA scientists are engaged in a wide variety of projects, producing different data sets. The links below download tar files of this data:
Radiation-hydrodynamics, reaction networks
Transient light curves, compact mergers, supernovae, nucleosynthesis
Gamma-ray bursts, their emission physics, and their use as cosmological tools
Gamma-ray astronomy, supernovae, Monte Carlo transport
Theoretical atomic physics, radiative opacities, transient light curves
Neutron star mergers, r-process, hydrodynamics, HPC, general relativity
Transient light curves, radiation transport methods
nLTE opacities, radiation transport, HPC, heterogeneous computing