Description: The gravitational F between the two objects of mass M1 and M2 is
F=G*m1*m2/r^2
Here G is gravitational constant (6.672*10^-10N*m^2/kg^2) M1 and M2 is the mass of a unit kilogram, and R is the distance between two objects. Write a function to compute the gravitational attraction of two objects of given mass and distance. Test the program by calculating the gravitational force between the 1000kg satellite and the earth running on the orbit at the earth's 38000km. (the mass of the earth is 5.98*10^24kg)

Plat: Fortran | Size: 1KB | Downloads: 0

Description: One dimensional diffusion problem of Monte Carlo method based on Fortran language

Plat: Fortran | Size: 10KB | Downloads: 0

Description: Based on the calculation of PI small Fortran language program

Plat: Fortran | Size: 9KB | Downloads: 0

Description: Cellular automata simulation of polycrystal growth

Plat: Fortran | Size: 13KB | Downloads: 0

Description: Monte Carlo method based on Fortran language to calculate birthday problem

Plat: Fortran | Size: 9KB | Downloads: 0

Description: The mathematical derivation, program code, and results of the random velocity distribution function generated by Fortran are presented.

Plat: Fortran | Size: 430KB | Downloads: 0

Description: This program uses CPP for preprocessing, as indicated by the use of
PETSc include files in the directory petsc/include/finclude. This
convention enables use of the CPP preprocessor, which allows the use
of the #include statements that define PETSc objects and variables.

Plat: Fortran | Size: 4KB | Downloads: 0

Description: Calculate the parameters of Log P-III distribution

Plat: Fortran | Size: 12519KB | Downloads: 0

Description: The first chapter is matrix decomposition and direct method of linear equations
The second chapter is the iterative method of linear equation
The third chapter, least square method and curve fitting
The fourth chapter is eigenvalue and eigenvector
The fifth chapter nonlinear equation
The sixth chapter nonlinear equations
The seventh chapter interpolation method
The eighth chapter is numerical differentiation
The ninth chapter is numerical integration
The tenth chapter, special function
The eleventh chapter ordinary differential equation

Plat: Fortran | Size: 64039KB | Downloads: 0

Description: read nmx seismo file

Plat: Fortran | Size: 56KB | Downloads: 0

Description: the code solves unsteady flow around a circular cylinder.

Plat: Fortran | Size: 3KB | Downloads: 0

Description: the code solves streamlines in a cavity.

Plat: Fortran | Size: 4KB | Downloads: 0

Description: fortan code for fourier transform

Plat: WINDOWS | Size: 455KB | Downloads: 0

Description: A source code of simple calculation.

Plat: Fortran | Size: 9KB | Downloads: 0

Description: LORENZ96 packages with and without orography

Plat: Fortran | Size: 4KB | Downloads: 0

Description: File: Choisissez un fichier

Plat: Perl | Size: 89KB | Downloads: 0

Description: About C, Fortran and Matlab programming knowledge, as well as hacker related knowledge.

Plat: WINDOWS | Size: 25653KB | Downloads: 0

Description: Seismic exploration SEG-Y format file Fortran90 read and write code, dedicated to geophysical beginners! IVF platform compilation! Test data are available

Plat: Fortran | Size: 795KB | Downloads: 0

Description: Ffmpeg, you can intercept video, screenshots into a lot of pictures....

Plat: C-C++ | Size: 24139KB | Downloads: 2

Description: A specific zero line correction for ground pulse data can be used to process seismic data and ground motion data, based on the Fortran language

Plat: Visual C++ | Size: 242KB | Downloads: 0

Description: The velocity response spectrum of seismic data and the spectral ratio curve of velocity response spectrum are calculated, which can be used to process seismic data and are compiled based on Fortran language

Plat: Visual C++ | Size: 409KB | Downloads: 0