The Rigorous Invesitgation of Networks Generated using Simulations code is a tool box you can use to analyze the resutls of your simulations.
The R.I.N.G.S. code is written in Fortran90 and is about 27000 lines of instructions long (with 200 subroutines and 2 modules).
The memory allocation and deallocation processes are mostly dynamical.
Furthermore the code is fully parallelized using the Message Passing Interface, 'MPI' with a fully unblocking scheme.
Using the R.I.N.G.S. code you can compute:
- Radial distribution functions
- Simulated neutron and X-rays structure factors
- Mean Square Displacement
- Angles distribution
- Bond properties
- Structural environments distribution
- Voids distribution
- Very detailed ring statistics analysis
- Various inputs files for 3D visualization using OpenDX
The many features of the code are illustrated in figure [Fig. 1] which represents a simplified diagram of its structure.
It has to be noticed that liquid, amorphous, as well as crystalline systems can be studied using the R.I.N.G.S. code.
Figure 1: Simplified representation of the RINGS code structure.
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