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The x11/kde-applications/step port

step-24.05.2 – KDE interactive physics simulator


Step is an interactive physical simulator. It allows you to explore the
physical world through simulations.


 - Classical mechanical simulation in two dimensions
 - Particles, springs with damping, gravitational and coulomb forces
 - Rigid bodies
 - Collision detection (currently only discrete) and handling
 - Soft (deformable) bodies simulated as user-editable particles-springs
   systems, sound waves
 - Molecular dynamics (currently using Lennard-Jones potential): gas and
   liquid, condensation and evaporation, calculation of macroscopic quantities
   and their variances
 - Unit conversion and expression calculation: you can enter something like
   (2 days + 3 hours) * 80 km/h and it will be accepted as distance value
 - Error calculation and propagation: you can enter values like 1.3 +/- 0.2
   for any property and errors for all dependent properties will be calculated
   using statistical formulas
 - Solver error estimation: errors introduced by the solver are calculated and
   added to user-entered errors
 - Several different solvers: up to 8th order, explicit and implicit, with or
   without adaptive timestep
 - Controller tool to easily change properties during the simulation, including
   customizable keyboard shortcuts
 - Tools to visualize results: graph, meter, tracer
 - Context information for all objects, integrated wikipedia browser
 - Collection of example experiments and integrated tutorials

Only for arches
aarch64 aarch64 alpha amd64 amd64 arm arm hppa i386 i386 mips64 mips64 mips64el mips64el powerpc powerpc powerpc64 powerpc64 riscv64 riscv64 sparc64
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