A new browser for the visualization of equation of state data

Streletz, Gregory J.; MacFarland, Lynn H.
April 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 505 Issue 1, p201
Academic Journal
A prototype equation of state (EOS) browser application has been developed at LLNL. This browser provides an interactive, graphical user interface that allows EOS data to be analyzed, visualized, and compared with experimental data. The user can view our EOS table data in both tabular and graphical form, can obtain lists of table ranges, and can view material information. In addition, the browser allows the user to utilize the interpolation routines of our EOS package to produce the same interpolated EOS data that would be passed to a simulation code, and to analyze this data in many different ways. interpolated data can be obtained through use of a query function, and lists of interpolated data over various ranges can be produced. Analysis functions include the calculation and display of isotherms, isochores, isobars, adiabats, and shock Hugoniots. Moreover, experimental data can be overlaid onto these plots in order to establish confidence in particular EOS tables. It is expected that this browser environment will be a valuable tool for scientists who use large simulation codes that access equation of state data.


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