Numerical Tools:



Readme file: README


Papers where the results with this code were published:

0. Janiuk Agnieszka; Yuan, Ye-Fei; Perna, Rosalba; Di Matteo, Tiziana, 2007, “Instabilities in the Time-Dependent Neutrino Disk in Gamma-Ray Bursts“, Astrophysical Journal, 664, 1011
1. Janiuk, Agnieszka; Mioduszewski, Patryk; Moscibrodzka, Monika; 2013, “Accretion and Outflow from a Magnetized, Neutrino Cooled Torus around the Gamma-Ray Burst Central Engine”, Astrophysical Journal, 776, 105
2. Janiuk, Agnieszka; 2017, “Microphysics in the Gamma-Ray Burst Central Engine”, Astrophysical Journal, 837, 39

3. Janiuk Agnieszka; Sapountzis Konstantinos; Mortier Jeremy; Janiuk Ireneusz; 2018, Numerical Simulations of Black Hole Accretion Flows, Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations, 5, 86
4. Janiuk Agnieszka; 2019, “The r-process Nucleosynthesis in the Outflows from Short GRB Accretion Disks“, ApJ, 882, 163


Code GLADIS. The GLobal Accretion Disk Instability Simulation.

Code source : Code_GLADIS.tar

Readme file: README



Papers where the results with this code were published:

1. Janiuk A. Czerny B. Siemiginowska A. “Radiation Pressure Instability Driven Variability in the Accreting Black Holes”. 2002. ApJ, 576, 908

2. Janiuk A., Czerny B. “Time-delays between the soft and hard X-ray bands in GRS 1915+105″. 2005. MNRAS, 356, 205

3. Janiuk A., Czerny B., “Accreting corona model of the X-ray variability in soft state X-ray binaries and active galactic nuclei”, 2007, A&A, 466, 793

3. Janiuk A., Czerny B., “On different types of instabilities in black hole accretion discs: implications for X-ray binaries and active galactic nuclei”. 2011. MNRAS, 414, 2186

4. Janiuk A, Misra R. “Stabilization of radiation pressure dominated accretion disks through viscous fluctuations”. 2012. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 540, 114


Other tools and links

CFT astro group’s Git repository of our codes. Currently – HARM in various branches, 2D, 3D, MPI/shared memory, neutrino cooled, nuclear etc.


Einstein Toolkit. The Einstein Toolkit currently consis ts of an open set of over 100 Cactus thorns for computational relativity along with associated tools for simulation management and visualization.


Cactus. Cactus is an open source problem solving environment designed for scientists and engineers, to implement custom developed applications, such as computational fluid dynamics.

Astrophysics Source Code Library. The free on-line registry for source codes of interest to astronomers and astrophysicists and lists codes which have been used in research that has appeared in, or been submitted to, peer-reviewed publications.

Git Book Git version control system – user guide.


Graphics tools:

How to install PG plot





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