This is a page for the webMathematica-based software that I have
developed for the Micropyros project. Software does not work online anymore
but the webMathematica code is available.

The files to make benchmarks described at Micropyros Thruster are availabe in the archive thruster.tar.gz. The archives contains also the results of transient simulation made in ANSYS for all four benchmarks.

Micropyros Software

This is the software for the European project Micropyros.

Estimating the impulse and thrust under the ideal rocket theory.

For FilmCoef and Thrust there are buttons on a page as follows:

Computing results for given values of parameters.

Load parameters saved previously.

Save current parameters under a given ID with a given comment.

In the parameter field, you can enter a Mathematica expression, for example, 3.8*Exp[5.4],
but it should be evaluatable to a numerical value or when it is specified to a function in a given variable.

A general form for a number is
1.23*10^-5
or
1.23*^-5.

Technologies

The software developed is based on different technologies.

Computational Engines

Mathematica: An advanced environment perfectly suited to rapid prototyping in scientific computing.

ANSYS: A robust finite element computational engine.