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README.md

MOCASSIN-2.0

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MOnte CArlo SimulationS of Ionized Nebulae, Version 2.0

3D Monte Carlo Photoionization and Dust Radiative Transfer Code

Copyright (C) 2005 Barbara Ercolano

Installation

How to compile:

make mocassin
make mocassinWarm
make mocassinOutput
make mocassinPlot

What typical packages required to compile mocassin on linux:

gcc openmpi

or

intel/mpi

How to clean:

make clean

How to run:

mpirun -np N ./mocassin

where N is number of processors for parallel computing.

How to run mpirun on a supercomputer:

In the batches folder of mocassin-models, there are running batch examples for different job scheduling systems.

To submit a batch file on the Portable Batch System (PBS):

 qsub mocassin_run.job

To submit a batch file on the Sun Grid Engine (SGE):

 qsub mocassin_run.job

To submit a batch file on the Simple Linux Utility for Resource Management (SLURM):

 sbatch mocassin_run.sh

References

  • Ercolano, B., Barlow, M. J., Storey, P. J., & Liu, X.-W., "MOCASSIN: a fully three-dimensional Monte Carlo photoionization code", MNRAS, 340, 1136, 2003

  • Ercolano, B., Barlow, M. J., & Storey, P. J., "The dusty MOCASSIN: fully self-consistent 3D photoionization and dust radiative transfer models", MNRAS, 362, 1038, 2005