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QEC

New Series of Posts: Q&A

Quantemol team has been rather busy recently with active preparation of software releases for QVT (available) and QEC (coming soon) and due to several new customers joining this summer. We always welcome active...

Q&A_QEC: Rotational Cross section Data

Q: How rotational cross section data is calculated in QEC and where can I find the results? A: QEC plots the summed cross-sections of all transitions calculated in the PolyDCS module, but not the cross-sections...

Q&A_QEC: Pseudo and real resonances

Q: How to distinguishes between a real resonance and pseudo resonance in QuantemolEC results? The resonance parameters are produced as a part of the #QuantemolEC output, based on RESON module results. Read more...

QVT

Monte Carlo approach vs Fluid model.

We are often asked by potential customers, where the electron Monte Carlo approach implemented in HPEM and accessible via QVT gives an advantage in modelling plasma? Why not just use a fluid model alone? Fluid...

Q&A_QVT: Parallelisation

Q: How to utilize parallelisation in QVT( HPEM)? A:  Paralleliastion option is available in all versions of QVT and it can be enabled via the interface in the calculations settings tab.  You need to check the...

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