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  • Research software . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Triana, Santiago Andrés;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | RotaNut (670874)

    KOR-ee, from the greek Κόρη, the queen of the underworld, daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Kore is a numerical tool to study the core flow within rapidly rotating planets or other rotating fluids contained within near-spherical boundaries. The current version solves the linear Navier-Stokes and induction equations for a viscous, incompressible and conductive fluid with an externally imposed axial and homogeneous magnetic field, and enclosed within a rotating spherical shell. Kore assumes all dynamical variables to oscillate in a harmonic fashion. The oscillation frequency can be imposed externally, as is the case when doing forced motion studies (e.g. tidal forcing), or it can be obtained as part of the solution to an eigenvalue problem. In Kore's current implementation, the eigenmodes are the inertial modes of the rotating fluid. Inertial modes are the global modes of a rotating flow in which the Coriolis force participates prominently in the restoring force balance. Kore's distinctive feature is the use of a very efficient spectral method employing Gegenbauer (also known as ultraspherical) polynomials as a basis in the radial direction. This approach leads to sparse matrices representing the differential equations, as opposed to dense matrices, as in traditional Chebyshev colocation methods. Sparse matrices have smaller memory-footprint and are more suitable for systematic core flow studies at extremely low viscosities (or small Ekman numbers). Kore is free for everyone to use, with no restrictions. Too often in the scientific literature the numerical methods used are presented with enough detail to guarantee reproducibility, but only in principle. Without access to the actual implementation of those methods, which would require a significant amount of work and time to develop, readers are left effectively without the possibility to reproduce or verify the results presented. This leads to very slow scientific progress. We share our code to avoid this. If this code is useful for your research, we invite you to cite the relevant papers (coming soon) and hope that you can also contribute to the project.

  • Research software . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Triana, Santiago Andrés;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | RotaNut (670874), EC | RotaNut (670874)

    KOR-ee, from the greek Κόρη, the queen of the underworld, daughter of Zeus and Demeter. Kore is a numerical tool to study the core flow within rapidly rotating planets or other rotating fluids contained within near-spherical boundaries. The current version solves the linear Navier-Stokes and induction equations for a viscous, incompressible and conductive fluid with an externally imposed axial and homogeneous magnetic field, and enclosed within a rotating spherical shell. Kore assumes all dynamical variables to oscillate in a harmonic fashion. The oscillation frequency can be imposed externally, as is the case when doing forced motion studies (e.g. tidal forcing), or it can be obtained as part of the solution to an eigenvalue problem. In Kore's current implementation, the eigenmodes are the inertial modes of the rotating fluid. Inertial modes are the global modes of a rotating flow in which the Coriolis force participates prominently in the restoring force balance. Kore's distinctive feature is the use of a very efficient spectral method employing Gegenbauer (also known as ultraspherical) polynomials as a basis in the radial direction. This approach leads to sparse matrices representing the differential equations, as opposed to dense matrices, as in traditional Chebyshev colocation methods. Sparse matrices have smaller memory-footprint and are more suitable for systematic core flow studies at extremely low viscosities (or small Ekman numbers). Kore is free for everyone to use, with no restrictions. Too often in the scientific literature the numerical methods used are presented with enough detail to guarantee reproducibility, but only in principle. Without access to the actual implementation of those methods, which would require a significant amount of work and time to develop, readers are left effectively without the possibility to reproduce or verify the results presented. This leads to very slow scientific progress. We share our code to avoid this. If this code is useful for your research, we invite you to cite the relevant papers (coming soon) and hope that you can also contribute to the project.

  • Research software . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Heyvaert, Wouter; Bals, Sara; Albrecht, Wiebke;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | REALNANO (815128)

    Quantification of helical morphologies

  • Research software . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Wouter Heyvaert; Sara Bals; Wiebke Albrecht;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | REALNANO (815128), EC | REALNANO (815128)

    Quantification of helical morphologies

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Crovato, Adrien;
    Country: Belgium

    This document provides the mathematical formulation of the main equations implemented in DARTFlo. For more detailed information about the original implementation, refer to the author's PhD thesis (http://hdl.handle.net/2268/251906). This quick reference theory manual is organized as follows. Section 1 presents the formulation of the discretized full potential equation and the mesh morphing laws. Section 2 presents the formulation of their partial gradients. Finally, section 3 presents the direct and adjoint solution procedures. C++/python finite element code to quickly solve transonic potential flows for preliminary aircraft design and optimization

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Knibbe J.S.;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | MERCURYREFINEMENT (845354), EC | MERCURYREFINEMENT (845354)

    This is supplementary data, and matlab code, for: Knibbe J. S. and T. Van Hoolst (2021), Modelling of thermal stratification at the top of a planetary core: Application to the cores of Earth and Mercury and the thermal coupling with their mantles, Physics of the Earth and Planetary interiors, 106804. {"references": ["Knibbe and Van Hoolst (2021), Modelling of thermal stratification at the top of a planetary core: Application to the cores of Earth and Mercury and the thermal coupling with their mantles"]}

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Verbruggen, Gust; Le, Vu; Gulwani, Sumit;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | Synth (694980), EC | Synth (694980)

    This archive contains the code for our paper "Semantic programming by example with pre-trained models". The included README file contains further instructions on how to execute the experiments. {"references": ["Semantic programming by example with pre-trained models"]}

  • Research software . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Van de Wynckel, Maxim; Signer, Beat;
    Country: Belgium

    OpenHPS is an open source hybrid positioning system written in Typescript. The core component is published as an NPM package under the name @openhps/core.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Haverals, Wouter; Joosen, Vanessa;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | CAFYR (804920), EC | CAFYR (804920)

    This repository contains several items supplementing the article Constructing Age in Children’s Literature: A Digital Approach to Guus Kuijer’s Oeuvre [The Lion and the Unicorn, forthcoming] stylometry_kuijer.ipynb -- a Jupyter Notebook, containing the code to (re)run the stylometric analyses. Given that the original texts are copyrighted, they are not part of this repository. meta.xlsx -- a spreadsheet containing meta-information about the works of fiction authored by Guus Kuijer. scatterplot_kuijer.html -- an interactive scatterplot, comparing children and adolescent speech on the one hand, and adult and old adult speech on the other (made with the scattertext tool, developed by Jason Kessler).

  • Research software . 2021
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Coppens, Youri;
    Country: Belgium
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