Air Force Research Laboratory (AFMC) AFRL/RQRS Edwards AFB United States
TURF development has been ongoing at AFRLRQRS since late 2011 and has reached a level of development and testing where the core data-structures, interface, and select operators are ready to be used by external collaborators familiar with plasma physics and c .To facilitate bringing these collaborators up to speed in writing modules for TURF, the TURF Infrastructure Release TURF-IR has the capabilities in place to demonstrate kinetic and fluid simulations, including several example input files to provide convenient starting points for the development of additional physics capabilities. Though the framework has been designed in part to facilitate the creation of modules that replicate the functionality of ColiseumHPHall, it must be emphasized that the TURF-IR is intended to stimulate academic collaboration and does not provide equivalent real-world capabilities to the ColiseumHPHall suite 1-3. As such, this software by itself cannot be used to design or analyze real systems.
Technical Report,01 Jun 2017,30 Jul 2017
01 Jan 0001, 01 Jan 0001, Approved for Public Release; Distribution Unlimited. PA Clearance Number: 17441 Clearance Date: 10 July 2017. Prepared in collaboration with ERC. The U.S. Government is joint author of the work and has the right to use, modify, reproduce, release, perform, display, or disclose the work.