Yade 1.20.0 Description:
Yade is a free, open source and extensible framework that can be used for discrete numerical models, especially designed for the Discrete Element Method. Yade's computation parts were written in C++ with the help of the flexible object model, which allows independent implementation of new interfaces and algorithms. Yade stands for Yet Another Dynamic Engine, and it uses Python for concise and rapid scene construction, post-processing, debugging, as well as simulation control. The software is distributed through GitHub, as a source archive, as well as via Launchpad for the Ubuntu Linux operating system. A quick look under the hood of Yade (Yet Another Dynamic Engine) will show us that the application has been written in the C++ and Python programming languages. It is officially tested with several popular distributions of Linux, including Ubuntu. Both 32-bit and 64-bit hardware platforms are supported at this time.