The Solar Thermal Group develops and maintains
computational libraries and tools to support
numerical simulations and data analysis.
Scientific and engineering software
Free open-source program for solving systems
of non-linear equations, linear and nonlinear optimisation problems,
and dynamic systems expressed in the form
of differential/algebraic equations
Matlab/GNU Octave function to evaluate
the blackbody fractional function
The Computational Algorighm Collection (CALC) is a general-purpose
collection of mathematical and statistical subprograms
and libraries written in Fortran.
The coloured-pattern deflectometry (CPDeflec) technique was developed at
ANU by Paul Scott as a final-year research project, with supervision by Greg
Burgess. The technique allows fast characterisation of mirror facet shape.
This alpha-quality code is released on Github and collaborations to develop it
further are are eagerly invited.
Fluid properties library
IAPWS-IF97 steam properties library
Python-based ray-tracing tool
The Thermal Science Library (TSL) is a numerical library in Fortran
to support development of computer simulations in the areas of
thermal sciences and related disciplines.
Program to calculate radiation view factors for 2D and 3D geometries
GNU Bash script to create LaTeX-formatted equations in a variety of
GNU Bash script to create high-quality scientific plots in a variety
of graphical formats