This utility simulates how the electrically charged particles interact and how the gluonic field is created, taking into account the granularity of space and its mechanics, as stated by the Prime Theory of physics. You can see a local flux reflecting on the electron or positron surfaces or the process that generates the strong force between quarks in composite particles. There can be used up to 50k granules in order to have a more realistic simulation of these phenomena, and the currently generated image can be saved at any moment by pressing the Shot button. The Start / Stop / Reset commands allow a simple control of the program, while its configuration and the numerical parameters are automatically saved on exit.
|File Size||946.6 kB|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 8 Windows Windows 7|
|System Requirements||I3 processor or better|