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<span style="font-size:140%">'''This is Yades's wiki, check the project's [http://yade-dem.org HOMEPAGE] '''</span>  
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<span style="font-size:140%">'''This is Yades's wiki, mostly outdated, check the project's [http://yade-dem.org HOMEPAGE] '''</span>  
  
 
Yade is an extensible open-source framework for discrete numerical models, focused on Discrete Element Method. The project started as an offspring from SDEC at Grenoble University, now is being developed at multiple research institutes and has active and helpful user community.
 
Yade is an extensible open-source framework for discrete numerical models, focused on Discrete Element Method. The project started as an offspring from SDEC at Grenoble University, now is being developed at multiple research institutes and has active and helpful user community.
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* '''[https://yade-dem.org/doc/ Yade manuals, reference documentation and theoretical background].'''
 
* '''[https://yade-dem.org/doc/ Yade manuals, reference documentation and theoretical background].'''
  
* '''[https://github.com/yade Source code on github]
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* '''[https://gitlab.com/yade-dev/trunk Source code on gitlab]
  
 
* '''[http://www.launchpad.net/yade/ development website → launchpad] (bugs tracking, mailing lists, blueprints).'''
 
* '''[http://www.launchpad.net/yade/ development website → launchpad] (bugs tracking, mailing lists, blueprints).'''
  
* '''This wiki is a general introduction and overview of Yade and its features, it is not updated frequently. For more details, see manuals and reference documentation.'''
 
  
 
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* [[Authors_and_contributors | Authors and contributors]]
 
* [[Authors_and_contributors | Authors and contributors]]
 
* [https://yade-dem.org/doc/citing.html Citing Yade in publications]
 
* [https://yade-dem.org/doc/citing.html Citing Yade in publications]
* [[Contact | Contact]]
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* [https://yade-dem.org/doc/user.html#getting-help Contact]
 
* [https://www.yade-dem.org/doc/publications.html Publications]
 
* [https://www.yade-dem.org/doc/publications.html Publications]
* [[WhoIsDoingWhat | Who Is Doing What]]
 
 
* [[We_need_your_help | We need your help!]]
 
* [[We_need_your_help | We need your help!]]
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=Overview=
 
=Overview=
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* [[CapillaryTriaxialTest | Capillary forces in unsaturated materials]]
 
* [[CapillaryTriaxialTest | Capillary forces in unsaturated materials]]
 
* [[Triangulation | Triangulation]]
 
* [[Triangulation | Triangulation]]
* [[Snow_documentation| From X-ray tomography to DEM (snow model)]]
 
* Present more developments here...
 
  
 
==F.A.Q.==
 
==F.A.Q.==
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'''Version handling'''
 
'''Version handling'''
* [https://yade-dem.org/doc/github.html Quick tutorial for Git/GitHub]
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* [https://yade-dem.org/doc/gitlab.html Quick tutorial for Git/GitLab]
 
* [[Tracking_changes_using_kompare | Tracking changes using kompare]]
 
* [[Tracking_changes_using_kompare | Tracking changes using kompare]]
  
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* [[Colliders_performace | Colliders performance]]
 
* [[Colliders_performace | Colliders performance]]
 
* [[Performance_Test | Performance Testing (yade --performance)]]
 
* [[Performance_Test | Performance Testing (yade --performance)]]
 
= Other=
 
* [[Logo | Logo ]]
 
* [[Sandbox | Help for editing this Wiki]]
 
* [[Release 0.6]]
 
 
'''Draft pages'''
 
* [[Documentation enhancements]]
 
* [[Tests]]
 
  
 
== Removed ==
 
== Removed ==
 
* [[Removed_Pages | Removed Pages]]
 
* [[Removed_Pages | Removed Pages]]

Latest revision as of 16:19, 20 May 2021

This is Yades's wiki, mostly outdated, check the project's HOMEPAGE

Yade is an extensible open-source framework for discrete numerical models, focused on Discrete Element Method. The project started as an offspring from SDEC at Grenoble University, now is being developed at multiple research institutes and has active and helpful user community.

The computation parts are written in c++ using flexible object model, allowing independent implementation of new alogrithms, interfaces with other software packages (e.g. flow simulation), data import/export routines. Python can be used to create and manipulate the simulation or for postprocessing.



Second Yade Workshop, Aix-en-Provence April 2018


Announcement for the first Yade Workshop, Grenoble July 2014


Yade Community


Overview

Examples

Features

F.A.Q.

Installation

Development

Version handling

Information on source code

Debugging

Performance and optimization

Removed