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DL_MESO INFOMAIL

DL_MESO INFOMAIL is an occasional mailshot to registered users of DL_MESO. This provides information about releases of new versions of the package and any bugs that have been discovered in current versions along with fixes and/or related advice on running DL_MESO.

  1. INFOMAIL 1: Release announcement for DL_MESO v2.2 (21 November 2006)
  2. INFOMAIL 2: Release announcement for DL_MESO v2.3 (12 May 2010)
  3. INFOMAIL 3: Bug fixes in parallel LBE code (plbe.cpp) to correct propagation of boundary data and visualization (24 May 2010)
  4. INFOMAIL 4: Bug fixes in DPD code for determining bond lengths and reading simulation snapshots (25 August 2010)
  5. INFOMAIL 5: Bug fix in parallel DPD code for moving bond data (11 March 2011)
  6. INFOMAIL 6: Release announcement for DL_MESO v2.4 (1 June 2011)
  7. INFOMAIL 7: Bug fix in parallel DPD code for omitting boundary data across solid surfaces (7 June 2011)
  8. INFOMAIL 8: Bug fixes in LBE code for solute concentration/temperature boundary conditions and DPD code to give correct bead locations for global bond interaction calculations (17 June 2011)
  9. INFOMAIL 9: Bug fixes in LBE code for applying forces with BGK collisions and DPD code to improve efficiency, correctly read CONFIG files and write HISTORY files (28 July 2011)
  10. INFOMAIL 10: Bug fixes in DPD code for applying short-range electrostatic forces and improve efficiency (9 August 2011)
  11. INFOMAIL 11: Bug fix in DPD code for applying short-range electrostatic forces (8 September 2011)
   
   
 
For more information about DL_MESO please contact Michael Seaton michael.seaton@stfc.ac.uk
 
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