RADMC-3D: A multi-purpose radiative transfer tool

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RADMC-3D: A multi-purpose radiative transfer tool

Post by owlice » Sun Feb 26, 2012 7:31 am

RADMC-3D: A multi-purpose radiative transfer tool

Abstract: RADMC-3D is a software package for astrophysical radiative transfer calculations in arbitrary 1-D, 2-D or 3-D geometries. It is mainly written for continuum radiative transfer in dusty media, but also includes modules for gas line transfer and gas continuum transfer. RADMC-3D is a new incarnation of the older software package RADMC (ascl:1108.016).

Credit: Dullemond, C. P.; Juhasz, A.; Pohl, A.; Sereshti, F.; Shetty, R.; Peters, T.; Commercon, B.; Flock, M.

Site: https://github.com/dullemond/radmc3d-2.0

Bibcode: 2012ascl.soft02015D

ID: ascl:1202.015
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Re: RADMC-3D: A multi-purpose radiative transfer tool

Post by augustmuench » Wed Mar 01, 2017 3:05 pm

hi there,

was just double checking this citation for a manuscript, and found that the authorship in ASCL could be expanded to include all the authors listed on the software page, especially since ASCL is clearly the best citation for the code!

Those additional authors include (I quote):
Authors/co-authors are:

C.P. Dullemond (main author)
A. Juhasz (contributor of IDL-based disk-GUI, Python Support)
A. Pohl (contributor of the OpenMP-parallellization of the thermal MC)
F. Sereshti (contributor of the Qt-based viewimage tool, improvement of OpenMP-parallellization)
R. Shetty (contributor of LVG method)
T. Peters (contributor of gas continuum and certain line modes)
B. Commercon (contributor of RAMSES to RADMC-3D interface)
M. Flock (contributor of the PLUTO to RADMC-3D interface)
August (Gus) Muench
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