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CBwaves

The cbwaves gravitational wave template generator for compact binary objects.

Description

The cbwaves software calculates the gravitational waves emitted by generic configuration (not-aligned spinning, eccentric) binary neutron stars (BNSs) or binary black holes (BBHs) by direct integration of the equation of motion of the bodies. The waveforms are calculated in time domain and they also can be determined in frequency domain by using the implemented FFT. The various initial parameters and settings are controlled in the .ini file.

Installation

After downloading and extraction the tarballs and entering the src directory launch make, make install or make rpm to create a package. Default location is /usr/local/cbwaves, but can be overwritten using for example make install prefix=/home/gdebrecz/cbwaves/.

Configuration

A detailed description and examples are provided int the tarball/rpm. Please consult the man page shipped with the software to read more about the feautres of the code.

Download

tgz cbwaves-1.0.0-2.tgz
rpm (src) cbwaves-1.0.0-2.src.rpm
rpm (x86_64) cbwaves-1.0.0-2.x86_64.rpm
rpm (i386) cbwaves-1.0.0-2.i386.rpm

Signature

The RMKI Virgo Group's public gpg key is here.
The public gpg key fingerprint : D623 0330 2240 599C 70D7  6ABA 15A9 181F F818 DF35

Contact

For contact information see the MAINTAINERS file inside the tarball or user the generic contact:
cbwaves@rmki.kfki.hu


The RMKI Budapest Virgo Group


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Topic revision: r3 - 2011-06-15 - GergelyDebreczeni
 
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