||SWES (Solar, Wind, Energy Storage) Capacity Estimator, Version 0
||SWES (Solar, Wind, Energy Storage) Capacity Estimator, Version 0 performs a multi-variate analysis based on varying output weights for generating capacity to determine the optimal renewable plant mix, given input wind and solar resource data series. Output include the following calculated quantities; Total energy stored MWh (daily, yearly quantity); Firm load rating MW and renewable plant output MWh (yearly quantity); Total firming energy MWh (yearly quantity); Output variability +/- MWH (hourly quantity); Hourly plant output profiles for typical weeks (one from each season); plant output duration curves for the year.
||PIMS, Version 9
||PIMS (Physics-based Integrated Model for Sensors) is a Java application that is used to design and/or evaluate hyperspectral imaging sensors. It contains references to the following Los Alamos publications LA-UR-074328, LA-UR-074098, LA-UR-074327, LA-CP-07-0706, and LA-CP-07-070S.
||Tactical Switchboard Viewer Version 2.0
||Tactical Switchboard Viewer (TSV) is a real-time situational awareness viewer. TSV interfaces to the LANL Tactical Switchboard Server to receive multiple simultaneous data streams for real-time display in a 3-D virtual-earth graphical user interface (GUI). TSV provides "TiVo" instant replay functions through its GUI. TSV provides command-and-control functions for cueable sensors. TSV version 2.0 was tested in November 2009. TSV version 2.0 was written in C Sharp using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008.
||THVL Version 2.1.2
||This is a LabVIEW based user interface which allows the user to send and receive RS-232 commands which control and monitor a commercial laser. The program has been written specifically to control the laser as a component in the THVL diagnostic being developed at LANL for use at LLE's Omega EP laser facility at Rochester, NY. Only people at LLE and LANL directly involved in the project will use the code.
||Superluminal Labview Code
||This labview code is used to set the correct phases on the 72 element superluminal antenna. The code uses an oscilloscope to measure the amplitude and phase on each channel. Then it communicates through an 8051 board with a set of 72 daisy-chained Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) chips, to set the phases and amplitudes. The code is also used to measure the radiation pattern from the superluminal antenna. Please see "Eighteen-month report on LFRD 20080085 DR ...".
||PIMS MODTRAN GUI, Version 1
||The PIMS MODTRAN GUI provides an interface to the MODTRAN atmospheric modeling code. It allows the user to generate simple atmospheres that can be used as imputs to PIMS (Physics-based Integrated Model for Sensors), Version 9.
||FLIFE is a small program used to compute the lifetime of an incandescent tungsten filament. As input, it receives geometric information about the filament, like length and the initial diameter profile along the filament length. The user can also specify the driving voltage. Through an energy balance that includes conduction, ohmic heating and radiation, the program self-consistently computes the filament resistance, temperature profile, evaporation rate as well as an estimate of the electron emission current. With this information, the aging process can be stepped in time until the filament failure occurs. By using different material properties, lifetime estimates can be obtained for materials other than pure tungsten.
||Resonance Inspection Techniques and Analyses (RITA) Version 1.0
||Incorporate data acquisition & analysis of various resonance techniques (Resonant Ultrasound Spectrocopy [RUS], Nonlinear RUS [NRUS], & Acoustic Resonance Spectroscopy) into a single package for the purpose of materials characterization and nondestructive evaluation. Software includes various tools to facilitate these techniques for broad applicability.
||The HPC monitoring project goal was to extend upon the Zenoss core product to provide large scale system monitoring, data collection and reporting, and root cause isolation for high-performance computers and associated infrastructure.
||PDV Analysis Code Version 3.0
||Photonic Doppler Velocimetry (PDV) is a new technique for measuring velocity. This software reads the raw data files from the experiment, analyzes the data using two different methods (SFFT and Wavelets), and produces spectrogram and/or scalogram displays of the results. It also has tools for data extraction and manipulation. The code itself is unclassified, and is based on open source analysis techniques. Examples of the analysis results are shown in LA-CP 09-01559. Discussion of the analysis methods are given in LA-UR-06-6339 and LA-UR-06-2542
||xRAGE Version 0909.00
||The code is a one-, two-,and three-dimensional, multi-material Eulerian hydrodynamics code developed by LANL for use in solving a variety of high deformation flow of materials problems. The code has been applied in several areas of interest. The distinguishing characteristic of xRAGE is the ability to model radiation diffusion and high explosives. NOTE: The code and Users Manual are Export Controlled. Reference: xRAGE Users Manual, LA-CP-08-01044
||KIVA-4mpi is a parallel version of the KIVA-4 (LA-CC-03-1 08)software which solver chemically reacting flows with sprays on unstructured grids. The software is well suited for modeling internal combustion engines on multiple processors using the message passage interface (MPI). This is a Beta version release. David Torres, Yuanhong Li and Song-Charng Kong, Partitioning Strategies for Parallel KJVA-4 Engine Simulations, Computers and Fluids, 2009. See Kiva web.
||TAD-KMC v 1.0
||The TAD-KMC code is a wrapper around the TAD code (LANL release LA-CC 02-05), an atomistic simulation code that performs accelerated molecular dynamics simulations. With the TAD-KMC code, simulations of infrequent-event processes such as surface and bulk diffusion can be performed for systems that are up to 100 times larger than those possible with the TAD code. The TAD-KMC method scales as order N, where N is the number of atoms, by identifying local atomic environments present in the system and then performing localized TAD calculations for these environments. The TAD code is used as a standalone executable to study the dynamics for the environments supplied by TAD-KMC.
||MGFP Version 1
||This code serves as a front panel for a MiniGRAND radiation detection instrument and simplifies interacting with the instrument. It allows a user to control and configure the instrument using a GUI, without requiring the user to know the two-character command codes that are otherwise used to do the same task.
||CFDNS is a Fortran-MPI code which solves the compressible and incompressible Navier-Stokes equations and species transport equations on structured grids. Real material properties (including table form) can be used. The spatial derivatives are evaluated using six order compact (Pade) finite differences or FFTs in the periodic directions. Fully parallel or serial (coupled with I-D data transposes) linear tridiagonal systems are used for derivative calculations. Time advancement is performed using variable time stepping explicit schemes (RK45 and ABM). The boundary conditions can be periodic, non-reflecting inflow/outflow, and walls. The code is parallelized using 3-D domain decompositions (LA-UR-07-3399, LA-UR-08-J369, LA-UR-09-03094)
||SPaSM library and benchmark
||The SPaSM (Scalable Parallel Short-range Molecular dynamics) code was developed by David Beazley and Peter Lomdahl at LANL in the early/mid-1990s for massively parallel computers such as the CM-5, and has been used to model a wide range of fluid and solid dynamics phenomena, as well as infectious disease transmission, by simulating the collective behavior of millions to billions of interacting atoms (or agents). The code covered under this LA-CC consists of the basic library (communication, graphics, and scripting) and simplest interactions (pairwise Lennard-Jones and embedded atom method), and is primarily used for benchmarking and as a basis for more sophisticated "user codes" (interaction potentials, boundary conditions, and analysis).
||KIVA-hpFE Version 1
||KJVA-hpFE solves the viscous and inviscid Navier-Stokes equations in all flow regimes (laminar to turbulent and incompressible to hypersonic) using both an equation and grid adaptive finite element method, known as hp-adaptive FEM. KIVA-hpFE capabilities will include multi-phase reactive flow and in particular combustion modeling for engines (which is in part based on the the KJVA-4 unstructured software). For a fairly complete description of the Navier-Stokes solver and adaptive algorithms, please see LA-UR-09-06527, " A Characteristic-Based Split hp-adaptive Finite Element Method for Combustion Modeling in KIVA-hpFE."
||EnergyFit, Version 1.1
||This software automatically adjusts a processor's voltage and frequency to reduce its energy consumption without affecting its performance. At a high level, the software constantly monitors the workload of a processor and finds the moments that the maximum frequency is not required to deliver the target performance. This new version enhances the old version (l.0, LACC-05-034) by porting to newer multi-core, multi-socket processors as well as better handling the light-workload scenarios.
||ZSPEC4 version 7.16
||This code unfolds data collected by ROSPEC, a multi-counter neutron spectrometer. The code was originally developed by AWRE in the UK in the early 1970's and was later updated by the Canadian ROSPEC manufacturer (Bubble Technology Industries Inc.). The source code and associated peripheral files have been updated at LANL. There are approximately 20 ROSPEC units in use worldwide including 3 at LANL and one at the Savannah River Site. The SRS users have requested an executable version of the code for evaluation.
||LANLTransferServerClient Version 1.0
||Allows the user to use our webservice "TransferServer" to share large files.
putFile -puts a file on TransferServer
getFile -gets a file from TransferServer
getFileList -returns a list of available files
||List Mode Tomography from Muon Shadows
||This code estimates density profiles using measurements of cosmic ray muons. The information comes from the shadows created when dense material absorbs rays.
||Perl script to transfer the coefficients of Natural Orbitals in atomic orbital basis set from the log file generated by the Gaussian code to the checkpoint file generated also by Gaussian. This script is necessary because Gaussian (a commercial code) has a problem when generating the output making it impossible to plot Natural Orbitals. This script works around that problem to generate a new file that allows for the plotting software to read in the appropriate information.
||High magnetic field science toolset, Version 1.0
||A set of software support tools to collect and process the data at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory user facility at LANL for internal use in NHMFL user program. The toolset communicates with commercially available instruments over GPIB, USB, PCI and similar industry standard interfaces, stores the data files, plots and catalogues the data. All of the information is within the scope of HMFS-DUSA.
||Cosmic Emu, Version 1.0
||Makes a prediction of the nonlinear matter power spectrum of the universe for a given set of cosmological parameters. A description of the algorithm and its parameters is given in LA-UR-09-06131. The code is basically an implementation of the Kriging equation with estimated parameters.
||Monteburns, Version 3.0
||The code Monteburns is a linkage code between the Monte Carlo transport codes MCNP or MCNPX and a depletion and decay code such as ORlGEN2, ORlGEN-S, or CINDER90. The code takes cross sections and flux information for various material regions and sets up input files for the depletion code to perform a system-dependent depletion calculation. The isotopic compositions of the various materials are obtained from the depletion code and transferred back to the transport code to obtain new cross sections and fluxes. Various calculations performed by Monteburns include activity, decay heat, and radiotoxicity of the resulting material and the recoverable energy per fission for a system based on its isotopic compositions and capture gamma energy
||PEBGen, Version 1.0
||PEBGen is a pre-processor that creates MCNP input files for a nuclear system containing pebbles with TRISO particles of fuel (a Pebble Bed Modular Reactor or the LIFE system at LLNL). The resulting input files include an explicitly-modeled geometry of the system, a fully homogenized model, and a semi-homogenized model using the Reactivity-equivalent Physical Transformation method. The document Homogenization of Pebbles in the Laser Inertial Confinement Fusion-Fission Energy System describes PEBGen in more detail (LA-UR-09-TBD).
||Bayes Inference Engine (BIE) Version 7.44
||The Bayes Inference Engine (BIE) addresses the issue of ill-posed (limited data) radiographic problems in 2D and 3D density reconstructions using the Bayesian approach. In the Bayesian framework, all available information (data and prior information) can be combined in a logically consistent manner enabling scientists to carry out scientific inference or plausible reasoning in their analysis. The reconstructed density information is used for validating hydrocode models.
||LAQGSM03; LAQGSM Version 03.03
||LAQGSM03.03 is a Monte Carlo code for simulating particle-nucleus and nucleus-nucleus reactions as a stand-alone code and as an event generator in transport codes at energies from 10 MeV/nucleon to about I TeV/nucleon. It considers intranuclear cascade, preequilibrium, evaporation, fission, Fermi break-up, and coalescence mechanisms of nuclear reactions. It is described in many LANL Reports: LA-UR-09-04324, LA-UR-08-07790, LA-UR-08-293I, LA-UR-07-6198, LA-UR-06-4693, LA-UR-05-8130. The User Manual for the previous version of the code, LAQGSM01, can be also useful for the present version; it is published as LANL Report LA-UR-O 1-6804.
||CDAS-Excel, Version 1.0
||The code is to evaluate the Uranium and Plutonium mass contents in a waste drum from Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant based on neutron counting. The code is developed using Microsoft Visual Basic for Application (VBA) language and designed to run on a Microsoft Office Excel 2007. The code consists of4 algorithm worksheets and 4 user interface worksheets to calculate the mass and generate a report.
||A steady-state heat pipe analysis program HTPIPE has two input/output options: 1) pressure and temperature profiles along the heat pipe. and 2) calculation of performance limits. Pressure and temperature profiles are calculated based on user-specified boundary conditions, which may be any two of the following: 1) power throughput. 2) evaporator exit temperature, 3) source temperature, and 4) sink temperature. HTPIPE is consistent with the theories and correlations used for heat pipe design at Los Alamos National Laboratory to date. The document LA-11324-M is a user's manual for this program.
||This is an update to the last version LA-CC-07-065. PeakEasy is a gamma-ray spectroscopy tool intended for quick conformation and isotopic source reference. The updates to this version include the ability to read several new file formats and enhancements to the isotopic libraries. See
||2D-SVM, Version 0.8
||The package contains kernel-based machine learning programs. Besides simple wrappers for parameter selection, it is based on the support vector machine solvers described in detail in the TR LA-UR 09-00638. It also contains a couple of small tools for data manipulation such as data format change, creation of subsets of the datasets and merges of data sets.
||TR-X Beta Distribution 0.5
||TR-X is a wrapper to simplify the use of MCNPX for threat-reduction applications. It uses a suite of predefined objects to compose a scene for analysis by passive or active methods. It then creates a suite of input decks, ( one for each passive or active source) and submits them either local or batch execution. Finally it can load in the results and present graphs or simple pass/ fail analysis resulting from the MCNPX tallies. Current objects include North Atlantic ocean and desert scenes, zodiac, fishing trawler, and luxury yacht models, standard HEU cylinder, ISQ HEU and Pu sphere and shell, photon and muon beams. Generic cargo items.
||Linux Noise Detective 1.0
||This purpose of this code is to help the end user reduce the amount of interference (or system noise) that is caused by drivers and running processes on stand alone Linux machines and Linux clusters. It achieves this by recording the running threads, the amount of CPU time each thread uses, and the number of times the scheduler swaps out each thread. This code also provides post processing tools to help the end user analyze the resulting data by generating graphs on the fly based on the user's input.
||Root Script Library, Version 1
||The library contains several scripts written to support a HPGe-photomultiplier tube coincident set-up.
CalResP.c - calibrates the HPGe array output using a linear regression with a Cs-137, Ba-133, and a Co-57 gamma ray source. It also finds the resolution of the Cs-137 and Co-57 peaks.
GeOpen.c - opens the raw output of the HPGe array.
GeOpenC.c - opens the calibrated output of the HPGe array.
Light.c - opens the photomultiplier output.
LigthGe.c - combines the HPGe array output with the photomultiplier tube output to plot linearity curves.
LightRes.c - opens the photomultiplier output and finds the resolution at certain energies.
||GEANT Library, Version 1
||The library contains several GEANT simulation source codes:
CsI_Test1-models a photodiode set-up, includes an x-ray sealed source and energy deposition response of a CsI crystal.
Xray_box, xray_target - models a pulsed x-ray instrument. The model includes a 30 keV tungsten source and energy deposition response of samples.
RLv1 - models a radio-luminescence set-up. The model includes a 50 keV Molybdenum x-ray source and energy deposition of samples.
||Scout is a programming language for data analysis and visualization that leverages the power of traditional CPUs and graphics processors for computations. The work is described in two publications: LA-UR-07-2094- Scout: A data parallel Programming Environment for Graphic Processors and LA-UR-04-6226- Scout: A Hardware- Accelerated System for Quantitatively Driven Visualization and Analysis.
||Adaptive Software Radio
||A algorithm/waveform definition for exploiting a dynamic communications channel with an adaptive radio. The method depends on the receiver monitoring the SNR of the signal and commanding the transmitter to the maximum bit rate that can be supported under current conditions. One use is in low earth orbit satellite downlinks that exhibit wide variations. A conventional uplink is used to vary the rate on the satellite transmitter and implement an adaptive communication system. This algorithm increases the total amount of data that can be transmitted through the channel.
||Munskys_FSP_Gui.m Version 1.0
||The function "Two_Species_GUI" controls a GUI that allows users to easily solve and analyze Jump Markov Processes on a 2 dimensional integer lattice. Effective thesis allows for the transient solution of 2 -species chemical master equation with arbitrarily complex reaction rates. Various solution tools are included: Stochastic Simulation Algorithm (Gillespie, 1977), and Finite State Projection tools (Munsky and Khammash, 2006, 08).
||SAIC Adaptive Grid Eulerian (SAGE) Version 20030505
||SAGE is a 1D, 2D and 3D multi-material Eulerian, massively parallel hydrodynamic code use in solving a variety of high- deformation flow problems. The main impetus behind the development of SAGE came from the DNA water shock program. In particular, underwater nuclear explosions in shallow water effects of ocean depth, ocean bottom materials, etc. ASCI was established in 1995 and SAGE became part of the Crestone Project's multiple code with joint development between SAIC and LANL. NOTE: The code and Users Manual are Export Controlled.
||CLEAR Version1.0 is an integrated decision model to understand the environment and socio-economic impacts and adaptations to climate change within the context of transformative energy policies. CLEAR Version1.0 is a generic framework for analyzing migration strategies to reduce emissions as well as strategies and understanding of adaptation and socio-economic effects when faced with implementation of new energy systems and climate impacts. The model consists in several sectors all coupled together: water, energy, renewable energy (RE), climate, economy, agriculture, industry, transportation, CO2 emissions, RE policy, transportation policy and population. An I/O model is developed for the economy and a first link to GIS is also developed in this Version of the model. Two Co2 sources.
||CLEAR Version 2.0 for unconventional fossil fuels
||CLEAR Version2.0 is an integrated decision model to understand environmental and socio-economic impacts of unconventional fossil fuel industry development. CLEAR Version2.0 is a modification of the CLEAR Version1.0 model, a generic framework to understand environmental and socio-economic impacts and adaptations to climate change. A specific module for the unconventional fossil fuel production process (oil shale In-situ production process) is added to the existing sectors. All other modules, present in the CLEAR Version1.0, are customized for oil shale.
||Nuclear Data Interface (NDI) Version 2.0.11
||This is an update of NDI 2.0.5 LA-CC-06-00098. The NDI is an interface code allowing calling codes to access nuclear data without reading the data files directly. In this way, they can use only the data they are interested in while the master library can contain all available data. Currently, NDI provides access to neutral particle multigroup transport and dosimetry data and thermonuclear reaction rate and emission data. Details of the interface can be found in publications like LA-CP-03-0399 and details of the libraries in e.g., LA-UR-06-7568. More information on NDI may be found on the website.
||xRAGE Version 0903.01
||The code is a one, two, three dimensional, multi-material Eulerian hydrodynamics code developed by LANL for using in solving a variety of high deformation flow of materials problems. The code has been applied in several areas of interest. The distinguishing characteristics of xNOBEL is the ability to model high explosives. NOTE: The code and Users Manual are Export Controlled.
||xNOBEL Version 0903.01
||The code is a one, two, three dimensional, multi-material Eulerian hydrodynamics code developed by LANL for use in solving a variety of high deformation flow of materials problems. The code has been applied in several areas of interest. The distinguishing characteristics of xNOBEL is the ability to model high explosives. NOTE: The code and Users Manual are Export Controlled.
||Deployment of Automatic Welding Modeling for Pipe Welds
||This code provides a Microsoft Excel based user interface to allow the construction of finite element models and the input files needed run weld process heat flow simulations using the FEA software platform Abaqus. A user manual of the same name has been provided with the code. Recent LANL publications that demonstrate its usage include LA-CP-09-00321, Thermal Analysis of Heat Sinking by Underlying Materials during the Electron Beam Welding of Mock Pit Components (U), and LA-CP-08-01472, "Thermal Analysis of the Laser Welding of Plutonium".
||SRIM TRIM .dat generator Version 1 and TRIM Generator DPA distribution
||Generates a text file that can vary angle of incident ions continuously through inputted range. Its purpose is to create an input file for program SRIM (http://www.srim.org/) the text document is called TRIM .dat. This program was built in C++. SRIM is a program that can calculate ion transport , profile and damage in the most materials with many different ion species and energies and is free from the Internet.
||Linked Process- v0.1
||Linked Process is a multi-institutional effort to support distributed computing on the Web of Data. The code enables remote virtual machines (VM) to be spawned and interacted with via the XMPP protocol. Unlike the common Remote Produced Call (RPC) model of distributing computing with Linked Process, the remote VM can be supplied with code as long as the code meets the host machine's security requirements. The software serves in some sense as a network based operating system. This ushers in an era of Open Process (much like Open Data and Open Source), where by clock-cycles on machines are freely accessible.
||Multi-Relational Path Algebra- v0.9
||This software implements the algebra defined in the article below. It provides a means of manipulating a multi-relational tensor in order to derive a "semantically-rich" single relational adjacency matrix. The benefit of this algebra is that it provides a general purpose to port all known single relational network analysis algorithms over the multi-relational domain.
||Adaptive Bit Rate Radio, Version 0.0
||LA-UR-09-03547, LA-UR-09-02324, LA-CP-08-01-027 Code is in Firmware and software in Matlab, System Generator, C/C++, and VHDL. It implements adaptive bit rate wireless communication for a varying channel. It calculates the signal to noise ratio at the receiver, then commands the transmitter to the maximum throughput for error-free transmission. It uses a variable chip to symbol ratio to implement the adaptation. Also offers multiple access, low probability of intercept, and low probability of detection. Finally, it offers noise and interference resistance.
||SC09DEMO, Version 0.9
||This is a development code for experimental computer science research. It is a Godunov-based, gamma-law gas simulation code for two-dimensional structured grids. The code employs a Monotone Upstream-centered Scheme for Conversation Laws (MUSCL) method and the Hancock predictor-corrector time evolution scheme. The code is distributed memory parallel using the Message PAssing Interface (MPI). The code is also data-parallel, using the OpenCL (Open Computing Language) framework for accelerated computing architectures. There are no relevant publications for this code.
||ELM Version 2.0
||The code is used for solving possibility trees, which are a type of fault tree. The trees are composed of logic gates (And gates, Or gates, terminal nodes) and each of the nodes is programmable. There is also built in functionality for interfacing with a database.
||GeoMatTool Version 0
||Reads and manipulates certain data from rock mechanics testing, provides front end for plotting and certain model parameter fitting.
||DA: Data Analysis, Version 3.1
||A utility software developed in house since 1990 to assist data reduction from an experimental raw form into stress/strain value that can be used in engineering applications to provide mechanical property of the material tested. The methods and equations adopted in this code followed the industrial testing standard and can be found in many college-level textbooks for mechanical metallurgy. A separate document titled "A User Guide of Data Analysis (DA.EXE) Utility Software" was cleared as LA-UR-09-03139.
||Cubit2Kiva Version 050709
||Cubit2Kiva4 converts Genesis II grid file formats to KJVA-4 grid format. KJVA-4 combustion modeling —LA-CC-03-1 08, LA-UR-07-2077, LA-I 3608·MS, LA-UR-97-0698. KIVA-4 is distributed to LANL collaborators by us and also through the OSTJ. Cubit2Kiva4 uses other open source (and gnu licensed) libraries in the process, these are: MSTK, netcdf, and Metis. These codes are not part of the distribution, merely libraries. All of these library packages are available from the worldwide web. This converter does include routines developed for general distribution (except for sensitive foreign countries or ECI) as distributed via SourceForge Cash project found at https:llsf4.lanl.gov/sf/projects/cash
||PFLOTRAN, Version 2.0
||PFLOTRAN is a massively parallel, multiphase, multicomponent, reactive flow and transport code for modeling subsurface processes. Parallelization is based on domain decomposition achieved through the use of the PETSc parallel libraries developed at ANL. PFLOTRAN is being used to model C02 sequestration, plutonium migration at the Nevada Test Site, uranium migration at the Hanford 300 Area DOE facility, and many other applications to groundwater contaminant migration under partially saturated, nonisothermal conditions. It is currently being developed under the SciDAC-2 groundwater DOE program. Version 2.0 includes an 00 F90 implementation, AMR based on SAMRAI, and parallel I/O using HDF5.
||HIGRAD/FIRETEC is the first physics-based, three-dimensional (3-D) computer code designed to simulate the constantly changing, interactive relationship between fire and its environment. It does so by representing the coupled interaction between fire, fuels, atmosphere, and topography on a landscape scale (hundreds or thousands of meters). HIGRAD/FIRETEC combines physics models that represent combustion, heat transfer, aerodynamic drag. and turbulence with a computational fluid-dynamics model that represents airflow and its adjustments to terrain, different types of fuel (vegetation), and the fire itself. Unlike the empirically based models currently used in the field, HIIGRAD/FIRETEC simulates the dynamic processes that occur within a fire and the way those processes feed of(and alter each other. HIGRAD/FIRETEC also include a ~Lagrangian Transport capability which is used to track
||Parallel Storage Interface (PSI)
||The Parallel Storage Interface (PSI) is an archival system user interface designed to provide high speed archiving for large data sets, with a special emphasis on focusing as many resources as possible on a single user request. PSI is a user interface to the High Performance Storage System (HPSS), and may be adapted to other archival systems.
||PGSLib-LANL, Version 3.4
||PGSLib (Parallel Gather/Scatter Library) is a high-level parallel communication layer over MPI that is designed to support the specific communication patterns typical of finite element methods. This Version was produced for LANL's Telluride Project under PO 458790012 and has been included in all public releases of the project's code Truchas since that time (2003). In order to use PGSLib in a new code that will be distributed to other DOE labs, Technology Transfer has requested that PGSLib be given an independent LA-CC number.
||High-Speed Serial Link Test Suite Version 0.1.0
||The High-Speed Serial Link Test Suite software/firmware was developed to test the performance of multi-gigabit class serial links in ICs. The package includes C code for the control GUI, VHDL and C code for a functional monitor board, VHDL for a design under test board, and C code for monitoring power. The following LANL publications contain high-level details about the test suite: LA-UR-08-00627, LA-UR-08-01047, LA-UR-08-02264, & LA-UR-08-02601.
||Radiographic Component Identification. Version 0.1
||Implements the Map-Seeking Circuit algorithm to identify objects in radiographic images based on geometric descriptions.
||Symmetric Object X-Ray Tomography V 1.0
||Uses multivariate optimization algorithms to recover object information from radiographic images.
||Finite Element Heat and Mass transfer code (FEHM) Version 3.0
||FEHM is a numerical code that is being used to simulate and understand fluid flow and heat transfer in a variety of subsurface applications. It has been applied to a range of problems from geothermal to groundwater flow to contamination transport to CO2 sequestrations to methane hydrate production. FEHM Version 3.0 has a number of capabilities that can be used to simulate coupled thermo-hydro-chemical-mechanical processes that take place in subsurface. It can be applied to saturated and unsaturated zone problems in fractured and unfractured porous media. FEHM uses a control volume finite-element approximation to formulate the numerical equations. Its unstructured grid capabilities have been used to model every complex geological setting.
||ECAM (Environmental Continuous Air Monitor) Web display Code Version 1.0
||Software written in Visual Basic 08, designed to dial out on computer attached modem every 15 minutes to remotely located ECAMs that have attached cell phone modems, acquire environmental data, and store the data in an SQL Server database located on a dedicated database server.
||ECAM (Environmental Continuous Air Monitor) Web display Code Version 1.0
||Software written in ASP, NET 08 to allow the dynamic presentation of various type of environmental data from ECAMs for analysis by the SMEs. Runs on a dedicated Web Server operating under Microsoft Server 2005. Still under development. Web site for viewing of web display.
||Silent Data Corruption (SDC) Testing via High-Performance Linpack (STIHL)
||Software to test for silent data corruption on compute clusters using high performance Linpack.
||Dead Time Measurement Assistant Version 188.8.131.52
||Code accepts streaming data from TSA portal monitors via ethernet cable gamma-ray count rates, detectors' dead time, detector efficiency, and statistical errors associated with each.
||Enriched- clustered mutation finder
||Two Statistics: Statistic A finds non-random accumulation of mutations across sample; Statistic B finds cluster of mutations across sample.
||cellmd2 Version 0.2
||Core routines to compute forces for the EAM and LJ potentials for molecular dynamics. The code implements traditional MD subroutines for computing forces on a large system on clusters. See LA-UR-08-3615 for details.
||cikmd Version 0.1
||Core routines to compute forces for the EAM and LJ potentials for molecular dynamics for small systems that will fit in SPU memory. It differs from cellmd2 (See LA-UR-08-3615 for details) in that it is optimized for small systems and cannot be run on large systems.
||cmd Vista Version 0.82
||cmdVista is a code for generalized object extraction and agglomeration from raster images. It first converts the raster images to a vector image using the Vista procedure (LA-UR-06-2726) it then progressively agglomerates polygons to extract higher order features in a hierarchical manner (Submitted to IDEAS as imageShapes, LA-UR-07-8210).
||PARMTEQ M (Manufacturing Codes)
||The RFQ Manufactering Codes read RFQ design data generated by the code PARMTEQ and then generate and analyze machine instructions of numerically controlled machining of the vanes. Program VANES generates a tool path data file for input to a numerically controlled milling machine. This code also creates a data file for final inspection of the vanes. Postprocesser TCORR corrects the VANES input file for differences between the RFQ operating temperature and the temperature at which vanes are machined. TIPDIST calculates the tip-to-tip distances between vanes normal to beam axis at each cell midpoint and the peaks and valleys in each cell.
||Pedernal is a high performance solver for fully-coupled, time dependent, nonlinear heat transfer and multi-component species diffusion, including Soret effect thermal diffusion and phase change. It uses mimetic finite difference discretizations over 3D unstructured meshes and fully implicit second order time discretization with automatic time step selection based on a priori estimates a local time discretization error. The implementation is massively parallel (MPI) via domain decomposition, and features interfaces to third party scalable linear solvers for use as preconditioners.
||Rolling Circle Filter. Vi V.1
||This filter removes slowly varying backgrounds from Raman spectra. Takes GRAMS spc formator ASCII.tex format x, y pair data as input. Saves resulting Raman spectra in ASCII.tex format. The software is a LabView .vi implementation of a method published in N.N Brandt, O.O. Brovko, A.Y. Chikishev, O.D. Paraschuk, Appl. Spectrosc. 60:288-293 (2006) Referenced in LA-UR-08-06321, published in Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 393:1571-1578 (09)
||Merlin Version 09
||Merlin is a mulitdimensional electromagnetic particle-in-a-cell/Monte Carlo transport code developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory to perform unclassified simulations of plasma electron beams, collisionless and collisional-charged particle dynamics, and self-consistent fields. It uses the finite difference explicit particle field method.
||File Scrub Trusted Copy 2.0 (Beta)
||Redesigned code for review interface. Http: filescrub.lanl.gov Previous Version of File Scrub: LA-CC-07-024 Brochure: LALP-07-031
||Sturm Library, Version 1.0
||Sturm is a C library for computing an arbitrary number of eigenvalues and eigenvectors of symmetrically dense, traditional and sparse matrices, and for computing an arbitrary number of singular values and singular vectors of bidiagonal problems. Problems are solved using a novel implementation of the Godonov et al., methods with guaranteed accuracy. Sparse problems are solved using a new implementation of the Godunov method with guaranteed accuracy. See LA-UR-04-5125, LA-UR-05-8401, LA-UR-06-1060, LA-UR-06-5043, LA-UR-07-3876
||Digital Knowledge Discovery Tool Suite, Version 0.9
||Java modules MS windows scripts that bind together LANL developed code (LC), Commercial code (CC), and Open Source code (OSC) to perform analysis on unstructured text. From the text, key concepts are extracted. The key concepts are used to automatically build taxonomies. The taxonomies can then be compared and the results are displayed in several ways. The CC is the key concept extractor. OSC is mostly used in generic extraction/ support capability (such as RDBMS), the LC transforms information from one module to another and it performs the automated taxonomy operations and filtering. LA-UR-08-2421, LA-UR-07-8442, LA-UR-09-01093, LA-UR-08-2421, LA-UR-09-01585
||Diamond II, Version 3.0
||This software is a collection of data interrogation algorithms and a graphical interface for the development of structural health monitoring solutions. DIAMOND II (Version 3.0) runs on MATLAB software package and this software is an extension of monitoring solutions. DIAMOND (LA-CC-98-12, Version 1.0) and DIAMOND II (LA-CC-01-69, Version 2.0). Users select various components from the provided data interrogation routines and construct their own application-specific structural health monitoring process tailored for their specific structure using the graphical interface software. The assembled structural health monitoring process is able to (1) autonomously decide whether or not a system has defects and (2) locate the region of damage.
||LANSCE-R Industrial IO Software
||This code is designed to emulate the function of the LANSCE Remote Information and Control Equipment (RICE) and the RICE Interface Unit (RIU) on National Instruments Compact RIO platform. Its function is described more fully in LA-UR-09-00570. Note: The technical content of this code is covered under the ADTO DUSA.
||Advanced Penny Fab.py Version 0.0
||Code written in Python using SimPy libraries that demonstrate how to program production-related discrete event simulations. The code simulates a production process documented in Factory Physics, 1st Edition by Wallace Hopp, Mark Spearman, McGraw Hill page 220. The code demonstrates advanced programming techniques that have been added to the code from Basic Penny Fab.py that includes a graphical user interface, time series graphs, simulation process, and queue status real time animation, and replications.
||Basic Penny Fab.py Version 0.0
||Code written in Python using SimPy libraries that demonstrate how to program production-related discrete event simulations. The code simulates a production process documented in Factory Physics, 1st Edition by Wallace Hopp, Mark Spearman, McGraw Hill (page 220). The process contains five queues each with a different queue process time and different capacities. 20 objects process through the queue network consisting of four queues in a linear flow embedded in a fifth queue. The outside queue implements the CONWIP concept presented in Factory Physics, 1st Edition by Wallace Hopp, Mark Spearman, McGraw Hill. The code uses SimPy constructs to gather and analyze data generated by simulation.
||GIAC Suite of Software 229x (GIAC, GENIS, RGI, GIAC-GE, GIAC-3D,etc.)
||GIAC is a perfect example of computer graphics, distributed computing system configuration, and software engineering being used in one complete project. GIAC is a software system comprising 3 components: A Graphical User Interface (GUI) and GDS; a distributed data system; and an HLA interface. GIAC is over 900,000+ lines of custom C and X-Motif code. GIAC's main function is to display the electronic battle field generation (provide situational awareness (SA), using computer graphics, by training simulations and war games as well providing input (Command and Control–C2) for simulation objects in a distributed environment. GIAC also provides terrain analysis features such as Line-of-Sight (LOS) calculations, shaded relief mapping, and radar echo analysis
||GIAC Suite of Software 228x (GIAC, GENIS, RGI, GIAC-GE, GIAC-3D,etc.)
||GIAC is a perfect example of computer graphics, distributed computing system configuration and software engineering being used in one complete project. GIAC is a software system comprising 3 components: A Graphical User Interface (GUI) and GDS; a distributed data system; and an HLA interface. GIAC is over 500,000 + lines of custom C and X-Motif code. GIAC's main function is to display the electronic battle field generation (provide situational awareness (SA), using computer graphics, by training simulations and war games as well as providing input (Command and Control–C2) for simulation objects in a distributed environment. GIAC also provides terrain analysis features such as Line-of-Sight (LOS) calculations, shaded relief mapping, and radar echo analysis.
||MicDump.exe 184.108.40.206 and 220.127.116.11
||The Binary files are created by the LANL UNARM Multi-Instrument Collect (MIC) application
||RAVEN is a time - implicit, one dimensional radiation- magnetohydrodynamics (RMHD) code for pulsed- power. Capabilities include: (1.) Independent temperatures for icons, electrons, and radiation (3T) with radiation diffusion; (2.) Nonlinear circuit network solver with the full coupling to RMHD; (3.) High explosive (HE) package for modeling HE pulsed- power generators; (4.) Tabular (e.g. SESAME) and analytic models of state variables; (5.) Multi- module RMHD capability (e.g. multiple RMHD meshes in a single circuit network). See RAVEN User Manual, Feb. 09, LA-UR-09-01184.
||INL Fuel Conditioning Facility, v1.0
||The item is a virtual model of the Fuel Conditioning Facility (FCF) located at the Idaho National Laboratory. The publication of the model does not include source graphic models- only the immersive Version of the model itself. The model is a virtual depiction of the facility architecture, layout of the facility (doors, windows, offices), internal and external walls and work areas, and piping. The model was built from photos and video taken of the FCF facility in June, 08.
||Implements the segmentation, feature extraction, feature selection, and other methods as described in L.E. Boucheron, "Object-and Spatial-Level Quantitative Analysis in Multispectral Histopathology Images for Detection and Characterization of Cancer," Ph. D. Dissertation, University of California Santa Barbara, LA-UR-07-7954.
||This software demonstrates the use of the MIMBS method for the fast simulation of gamma ray spectra. It implements the MIMBS equation (equation 4) from the publication R. J. Estep, C. W. McCluskey, B. A. Snapp, "The Multiple Isotope Material Basis Set (MIMBS) Method for Isotope Identification With Low- and Medium- Resolution Gamma Ray Detectors, "Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, Vol. 276, No. 3 (08) 731-741. The demonstration involves the selection of three attenuating materials and three isotopes that can be specified with sliders. The result is a simulated attenuated gamma spectrum in the standard format. The objective of the distributing this program is to generate interest in the MIMBS technique.
||The code is a one-, two-, and three -dimensional, multi-material Eulerian hydrodynamics code developed by LANL for use in solving a variety of high deformation flow of material problems. The code has been applied in several areas of interest. The distinguishing characteristics of xRAGE is the ability to model radiation diffusion. Note: The code and Users Manual are Export Controlled. Reference: xRAGE Users Manual LA-CP-08-01044.
||The code is a one-, two-, and three -dimensional, multi-material Eulerian hydrodynamics code developed by LANL for use in solving a variety of high deformation flow of material problems. The code has been applied in several areas of interest. The distinguishing characteristics of xNOBEL is the ability to model high explosives. Note: The code and Users Manual are Export Controlled. Reference: xNOBEL Users Manual LA-CP-08-01042.
||A magnetically self-consistent ring current model; couples RAM v1.0 (LACC-08-105) with the 3-D plasma equilibrium code v1.0 (LACC-08-080). Output includes energetic particle distributions, plasma and magnetic fields in the inner Earth's magnetosphere. Jordanova, V. K. et al. Kinetic simulations of ring current evolution during the Geospace Environment Modeling challenge events, J. Geophys, Res., 111, A11S10, doi:10.1029/2006JA011644, 2006. Zaharia, S. et al., Self-consistent modeling of magnetic fields and plasmas in the inner magnetosphere: Application to the geomagnetic storm, J. Geophys. Res., 111, A11S14, doi:10.1029/2006JA011619, 2006.
||Describes the bit-wise layout of programming language independent data structures using XML files. Processes those XML files with any of several XML Style Sheets (XSL) to produce documentation an implementation source code for those data structures in a variety of interpreted and complied programming languages.
||Bin Gen 18.104.22.168
||A utility to take data specified in a spreadsheet and convert to the specified data file type. Typically used by LANL employees to produce data files for training scenarios. Customers at the IAEA in Vienna would like to have this capability as well.
||HOPS v3.0 integrates active sensing data interrogation algorithms for structural health monitoring (SHM) applications. These logarithms cover Lamb wave propagation, impedance methods, and sensor diagnostics. Contrary to most active-sensing SHM techniques, which utilize only a single signal processing method for damage identification, a suite of signal processing algorithms are employed and grouped into one package to improve the damage detection capability. A MATLAB-based user interface allows the analyst to configure the data acquisition system and display the results from each damage identification algorithm for side-by side comparison.
||LANL Stoplight Tool v2.0
||The presented code has been developed at LANL at the S/RD level to read and display space environmental data contained in the Air Force Weather Service EPRO files that are available through the ICADS system. The code has been specifically designed for use at AFTAC.
||Various Java Utility Classes
||This software release consists of posting the source code for 9 Java classes on the open-to-the-public Los Alamos website for the D-3 System Engineering and Integration group. These general utility classes can be used: to calculate the Earth's magnetic field strength and direction: to calculate the pressure, density, temperature, viscosity, and sound speed of the 1962 and 1976 Standard US Atmosphere; to convert values from one system of units to another, such as from feet to meters, and from years to seconds; to take a Java graphical user interface component on the screen and print it to paper; to show the progress being made on executing a task; and to display message to the users of a software application.
||raveFont provides a Apple Computer OSX interface around cmdVista Version 0.73 (LA-CC-08-098) and provides for vectorization of small images. It is geared towards identifying different glyphs in fonts by using cmdVista as the computational back end.
||RadDetect simulation ver1
||This software is for the Raytheon SWARM CRADA (LA07C10570-PTS-004). The purpose of this software is to stimulate both background and radioactive source detection for a distributed, mobile sensing system. Please see LA-UR 08-06694 for greater detail.
||Monte Carlo Method for Light Transport in Tissue v1.0
||The code is used to calculate light transport in tissue and tissue phantoms. The geometry modeled assumes light is incident via an optical fiber. Outputs include light emission as a function of location, the angular distribution of light scattering events , the average number of scattering events for a collected photon, and position at light scattering events. The code is specifically designed for 400nm to 800nm. Calculations are performed for polarized or unpolarized light.
||CINDER 08 is the next adaptation of the LANL legacy nuclear transmutation code, CINDER. Provided environment specific information, CINDER predicts nuclear inventories in irradiated materials ranging from reactors, and accelerators to neutron stars. This new Version, implements several improvements including more accurate algorithms and includes an updated nuclear data library. See LA-UR-07-9412 for general information regarding CINDER code.