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stadel [Video Lectures]
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 16./23. Mar. 2020: {{ :​spin:​sins2-04.pdf |Introduction to SPH}} (Videos sph1.mp4 and sph2.mp4 **see above link**) 16./23. Mar. 2020: {{ :​spin:​sins2-04.pdf |Introduction to SPH}} (Videos sph1.mp4 and sph2.mp4 **see above link**)
 +30. Mar. 2020: {{ :​spin:​sins2-05.pdf |SPH Continued}} (Videos sph3.mp4 and sph4.mp4 **see above link**)
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 {{ :​spin:​ | esc202-planetesimals data file}} {{ :​spin:​ | esc202-planetesimals data file}}
 +3. **SPH Density calculation using Kernel**: You can use the data set from your planetesimals simulations to calculate the densities and make nice color density plots of the planetesimal disk. **As discussed in the Zoom meeting:** you should try to put uniform randomly distributed particles in a box from [0,1)x[0,1) (2-D) and calculate the density. You should see a bias that the density is too low at the edges. If you do this with a correctly working working periodic boundary condition density code you should no longer see this bias. Please think about how to efficiently calculate the density using nearest neighbors with periodic boundary conditions. Even better, implement it in your code and test it!
 +4. **Sedov Taylor Explosion in SPH**: details to follow...
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