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Digital Tutors - Introduction to Particle Flow in 3ds Max
15 October 2011

Digital Tutors - Introduction to Particle Flow in 3ds Max
Digital Tutors - Introduction to Particle Flow in 3ds Max
English | VP6F 1280x720 | MP3 96 kbps | 578 MB
Genre: eLearning

In this series of lessons we will take an introductory look at particle flow to create custom particle systems.

Throughout this lesson, we'll learn how to create a Particle Flow Source and how to navigate the Particle View interface. We'll also learn how to use many of the most commonly used operators to create a particle system that fits our specific needs in our project. We'll also learn how to utilize space warps like gravity and wind with particle flow to modify the behaviors of our particle systems. Finally, we'll learn how to apply collisions to our particles and even cause our particles to spawn new particles when they collide with a deflector.
The Particle Hunters
2 August 2010

The Particle Hunters
The Particle Hunters
Cambridge University Press 1996 | 316 | ISBN: 0521476860 | PDF | 2 Mb
From the recent discovery of the "top quark" to the search for the Higgs particle, the frontiers of particle physics beckon the imagination. Exploring in detail the full history of particle physics, Yuval Ne'eman and Yoram Kirsh explain in an engaging, nonmathematical style the principles of modern theories such as quantum mechanics and Einstein's relativity, and they brilliantly succeed in conveying to the reader the excitement that accompanied the original discoveries. The book is spiced with amusing stories on how great discoveries were made, and Ne'eman, who took an active role in some of the historical advances in particle physics, gives his personal point of view. New to this edition are sections on the discovery of the top quark; the rise and fall of the supercollider project; the detection of the Zo particle in e+e- colliders; and the use of the width of the Zo to determine the number of "generations" of quarks and leptons. The Particle Hunters will interest anyone who wants to keep pace with the progress of human knowledge. Yuval Ne'eman discovered the basic symmetry of the subatomic particles of matter, leading him to their classification, to the prediction of new particles, and to his identification (in 1962) of a new layer in the structure of matter ("quarks"). Yoram Kirsh was awarded the Aharon Katzir Prize for popular science writing in 1975. ...
ORBAZ Particle Flow Tools 2 & 3 x86+x64
23 February 2013

ORBAZ Particle Flow Tools 2 & 3 x86+x64

ORBAZ Particle Flow Tools 2 & 3 x86+x64
English | ORBAZ Particle Flow Tools 2 & 3 x86+x64 | 190 MB


Particle Flow Tools - a set of operators and other tools created by the author of Particle Flow to build the capacity of the program. One is the Particle Flow Tools: Box - a set of tools for creating their own tools in Particle Flow. Box lets you save by results, which can then be selected from the list. Built-in visual editor, such as comfortable as Particle View, but much more versatile, allows you to mix 23 different substatement (element) to configure the data stream.
Particle-Based Methods: Fundamentals and Applications
5 May 2011

Particle-Based Methods: Fundamentals and Applications
Particle-Based Methods: Fundamentals and Applications
425 pages | Feb 19, 2010 |ISBN: 9400707347| PDF | 46.5 Mb

The book contains 11 chapters written by relevant scientists in the field of particle-based methods and their applications in engineering and applied sciences. The chapters cover most particle-based techniques used in practice including the discrete element method, the smooth particle hydrodynamic method and the particle finite element method. The book will be of interest to researchers and engineers interested in the fundamentals of particle-based methods and their applications.
Particle Physics: A Comprehensive Introduction
24 February 2012

Particle Physics: A Comprehensive Introduction

Particle Physics: A Comprehensive Introduction

2004 | 479 | ISBN: 0805387366 | DJVU | 7 Mb

Author Abraham Seiden brings more than 40 years of teaching and research experience to this advanced introductory particle physics text. Particle Physics: A Comprehensive Introduction has the most complete and up-to-date coverage of any book on the market. The author focuses on the basic principles of particle physics, using recent data to illustrate key concepts, and provides a comprehensive collection of worked examples and problems.Complete, introductory coverage of all major topics in the field of particle physics. For college instructors, students, scientists, or anyone interested in particle physics. ...
Digital-Tutors: Particles in NUKEX
25 August 2012

Digital-Tutors: Particles in NUKEX

Digital-Tutors: Particles in NUKEX
English | .flv 991 kbps | 1280 x 720 15fps | aac 44,1kHz stereo | 2h 32mn | 1.10 Gb (With Project Files)
Release Date: June 1, 2012 | Author: Chris Glick | Required Software: NUKEX 6.3v6
Genre: Tutorials

In this NUKE tutorial we will learn how to use the particle system in NUKEX. Having particles directly inside our compositing package gives us an incredible new tool set for creating effects and integrating elements like never before. We will start by looking at the particle presets and how we need to work in NUKE when using particle nodes. From there we’ll begin with the particle emitter node, which is responsible for creating initial particles. After that we will learn how to control our particles with basic 3D geometry in the particle bounce node. For most of our particle movement we’ll use nodes that mimic natural forces like wind, gravity, turbulence, vortexes and drag. After we have our particles moving nicely, we can change their properties over their lifespan using the particle curve node. To gain a higher level of control, we will use conditions, regions, and particle channels to limit the effects of our various particle nodes. Finally we’ll learn how to create particles from other particles and use expressions to control our particles at the base level.
History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV XviD-FQM
21 December 2011

History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV XviD-FQM
History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe 2011 HDTV XviD-FQM
Language: English
00:44:00 | 624x352 | XviD - 980Kbps | 23.976fps | MP3 - 128Kbps | 350MB
Genre: Documentary

Since the dawn of civilization, humans have wondered who or what created the universe. Religion offers a spiritual answer, but do the latest discoveries in physics show evidence of a transcendent intelligence, or simply that the laws of physics by themselves could have led to the universe in which we live? This episode embarks on a mind-bending scientific search for God, asking physicists and theologians if the seemingly miraculous way the universe has been calibrated to support life is evidence of a creator…whether string theory will eventually be able to rule out the existence of God…why Stephen Hawking says the universe could have been created spontaneously…and how an advanced civilization in another universe could have conceivably created our own.
History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV 720p x264-ORENJI
21 December 2011

History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV 720p x264-ORENJI
History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe 2011 HDTV 720p x264-ORENJI
Language: English
00:44:00 | 1280x720 | x264 - 3399Kbps | 23.976fps | AC3 - 384Kbps | 1.19GB
Genre: Documentary

Since the dawn of civilization, humans have wondered who or what created the universe. Religion offers a spiritual answer, but do the latest discoveries in physics show evidence of a transcendent intelligence, or simply that the laws of physics by themselves could have led to the universe in which we live? This episode embarks on a mind-bending scientific search for God, asking physicists and theologians if the seemingly miraculous way the universe has been calibrated to support life is evidence of a creator…whether string theory will eventually be able to rule out the existence of God…why Stephen Hawking says the universe could have been created spontaneously…and how an advanced civilization in another universe could have conceivably created our own.
History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV 480p x264-mSD
22 December 2011

History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV 480p x264-mSD
History Channel - The Universe S06E07 God and the Universe (2011) HDTV 480p x264-mSD
Language: English
00:44:00 | 852x480 | x264 - 702Kbps | 23.976fps | AAC - 128Kbps | 266MB
Genre: Documentary

Since the dawn of civilization, humans have wondered who or what created the universe. Religion offers a spiritual answer, but do the latest discoveries in physics show evidence of a transcendent intelligence, or simply that the laws of physics by themselves could have led to the universe in which we live? This episode embarks on a mind-bending scientific search for God, asking physicists and theologians if the seemingly miraculous way the universe has been calibrated to support life is evidence of a creator…whether string theory will eventually be able to rule out the existence of God…why Stephen Hawking says the universe could have been created spontaneously…and how an advanced civilization in another universe could have conceivably created our own.
History Channel - The Universe S06E06 God and the Universe (2011) DVDRip XviD AC3-MVGroup
9 June 2012

History Channel - The Universe S06E06 God and the Universe (2011) DVDRip XviD AC3-MVGroup
History Channel - The Universe S06E06 God and the Universe (2011) DVDRip XviD AC3-MVGroup
Language: English
00:44:02 | 832x464 | XviD - 2170Kbps | 23.976fps | AC3 - 192Kbps | 745MB
Genre: Documentary

Since the dawn of civilization, humans have wondered who or what created the universe. Religion offers a spiritual answer, but do the latest discoveries in physics show evidence of a transcendent intelligence, or simply that the laws of physics by themselves could have led to the universe in which we live? This episode embarks on a mind-bending scientific search for God, asking physicists and theologians if the seemingly miraculous way the universe has been calibrated to support life is evidence of a creator...whether string theory will eventually be able to rule out the existence of God...why Stephen Hawking says the universe could have been created spontaneously...and how an advanced civilization in another universe could have conceivably created our own.