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Particle Simulation 7.1

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"Simulation of elementary particles"

Particle Simulation is a Windows software that allows users to visualize and analyze the behavior of elementary particles in a granular fluid environment. Using the Prime Theory of physics as a guide, the application simulates the interactions between granules and charged particles, such as positrons, electrons, mesons, and protons. The particles are placed in a two-dimensional box and the granular fluxes flow in random directions, allowing users to observe the reflections and interactions between the granules and the particles.

One of the standout features of Particle Simulation is its ability to simulate the evolution of composite particles, such as protons and mesons. The application shows the emergence of the gluonic field, which holds the particles in formation and maintains their stable structure through the balance of attractive and repulsive forces. While the simulation is not a complete representation of the dynamics of real particles, it does take into account the relativistic effects of high speed movement and spinning.

In terms of customization, Particle Simulation allows users to adjust the granule diameter and movement step, as well as the number of granules in the directional flux and the number of free granules. The maximum number of granules that the application can work with is 50,000, and users can choose values for granule density, rotation speed, and other parameters to better understand the behavior of the particles in different environments.

Overall, Particle Simulation is a useful tool for students and researchers who are interested in understanding the behavior of elementary particles in granular fluid environments. While the simulation is not a complete representation of real-world particle dynamics, it does provide valuable insights and allows users to observe and analyze the interactions between granules and charged particles.

Requirements: I3 processor or better

What's new in this version: Two composite particles were added to simulation, some bugs were fixed

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