COOL: a code for Dynamic Monte Carlo Simulation of molecular dynamics COOL is a program to simulate evaporative and sympathetic cooling for a mixture of two gases co-trapped in a harmonic potential. The collisions involved are assumed to be exclusively elastic, and losses are due to evaporation from the trap. Each particle is followed individually in its trajectory, consequently properties such as spatial densities or energy distributions can be readily evaluated. The code can be used sequentially, by employing one output as input for another run. The code can be easily generalised to describe more complicated processes, such as the inclusion of inelastic collisions, or the possible presence of more than two species in the trap (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)
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- Barletta, Paolo: COOL: a code for dynamic Monte Carlo simulation of molecular dynamics (2011)
- Cooper, G. A.; Graves, J. P.; Cooper, W. A.; Gruber, R.; Peterson, R. S.: BECOOL: ballooning eigensolver with COOL finite elements (2009)
- Niemann, Ralf: Hardware/ software co-design for data flow dominated embedded systems (1998)