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Finite Difference Time Domain


The classic FDTD calculation, uses a 2-d (or 3-d) grid of cells to calculate a time-varying solution to a mathematical problem across a region. Where the result for each cell is based on the results from the cell and its neighbors at the previous time-frame. Eg. fluid flow, sound waves, radar etc.

This project implements a multi-core enabled FDTD solver with a graphical front-end:

FDTD Screenshot

For the complete tutorial please refer to the documentation library under the section "Blueprint -> Example Projects".

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