Interactive Heat Transfer Simulations for Everyone

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Based on computational physics research, Energy2D is an interactive, visual multiphysics simulation program that models all three mechanisms of heat transfer—conduction, convection, and radiation. Energy2D runs very quickly on most computers and eliminates the switches among preprocessors, solvers, and postprocessors typically needed to perform computational fluid dynamics simulations. As a result, students can use it as an inquiry and design tool to explore and analyze heat and mass flows in two-dimensional structures under different environmental conditions such as sunlight and wind. They can design "computational experiments" to test a scientific hypothesis or solve an engineering problem. As such, physical science, Earth science, and engineering teachers from middle schools to colleges may find Energy2D a useful tool in their classes to teach science and engineering concepts and skills without resorting to complex mathematics.

For Windows, Mac OS X, & Linux Java 7 or higher is required.

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