In this screen saver you can see real thermodynamically gas model. Show each molecule in close space, you can see process of condensation and free Brawn-like moves. Realized real physical model of move, collisions and reflection.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Task Administrator 18.104.22.1685 Remote process monitor with Alert function and advanced process analyse. Allow lookup remote computer process list, realtime data filter. Enable 4 process group by right. Windows domain or windows workgroup based network is required.
Description: In this screen saver you can see real thermodynamically gas model. Show each molecule in close space, you can see process of condensation and free Brawn-like moves. Realized real physical model of move, collisions and reflection, it's just like a 3D-pool. You can see by yourself process between hot and cold air under this virtual microscope. In advanced mode hot molecule is red and cold is blue colorized, also hot is more fast then cold. Allow changing many parameters for better view Rotate speed Random move at start Move at start in same position Change size of molecules Change count of sphere Enable slowdown of molecule Colorize molecule Impulsive Hot and Cold sides
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