Stevens Summer Scholars Research Project under Dr. Alex Wellerstein.
The research aims to create a client-side library to model the impact of a dirty bomb.
Written in ES6.
Use in browser: use the rolled up files in the build/ directory
Use in node: use the rolled up files in the dist/ directory. It has been babel-ed to es5
Updates / Current Research
The plume model is working fine for steady-state plumes. Will now be branching out towards alternatives
that try to account for changing atmospheres. A typical method is puffs, where the plume is broken up into
Page 287 has some good stuff.
- Dispersion Model
- Radioactive release Model
- Visualization Prototype
Loosely trying to base this on how d3 manages its modularity.
- Requires node / babel / all that jazz
- Run using npm:
npm run build
Using chai and mocha
npm run test
Using esdoc. You should be able to create some nice documentation yourself with an easy command!
npm run doc