esys-particle package in Ubuntu

esys-particle: Software for particle-based numerical modelling (MPI version)
esys-particle-dbgsym: debug symbols for esys-particle

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ESyS-Particle is Open Source software for particle-based numerical modelling. The software implements the Discrete Element Method (DEM), a widely used technique for modelling processes involving large deformations, granular flow and/or fragmentation. ESyS-Particle is designed for execution on parallel supercomputers, clusters or multi-core PCs running a Linux(or Windows)-based operating system. The C++ simulation engine implements spatial domain decomposition via the Message Passing Interface (MPI). A Python wrapper API provides flexibility in the design of numerical models, specification of modelling parameters and contact logic, and analysis of simulation data. ESyS-Particle has been used to simulate earthquake nucleation, comminution in shear cells, silo flow, rock fragmentation, and fault gouge evolution, to name but a few applications.

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ESyS-Particle 2.3.5 is older than the current packaged version. Launchpad may be missing release information for the trunk series or this package is linked to the wrong ESyS-Particle series.

The Groovy Gorilla (active development)
2.3.5+dfsg1-4build2 release (universe) 2020-04-24
The Focal Fossa (current stable release)
2.3.5+dfsg1-4build2 release (universe) 2020-02-06
The Eoan Ermine (supported)
2.3.5+dfsg1-3.1 release (universe) 2019-08-27
The Bionic Beaver (supported)
2.3.5+dfsg1-2build1 release (universe) 2017-10-31
The Xenial Xerus (supported)
2.3.3+dfsg1-2ubuntu3 release (universe) 2016-02-15
The Trusty Tahr (supported)
2.2.u2-2ubuntu4 release (universe) 2013-12-23
The Precise Pangolin (supported)
2.1-3 release (universe) 2012-04-05