I am interested in PC simulation, i use physics equations to simulate rain, fire, wind, cloud and lightning. it is a kind of VR (virtual reality). what equation is able to simulate a virtual nuclear explosion? is nuclear explosion continuum?
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For the simulation of nuclear explosion, there are at least three sets of equations that should be used together:
I do not consider anything aside from the nuclear part itself, i. e. parts of detonator.
These equations fall into three kinds:
Usually it takes a supercomputer to carry out all such simulations. I don't know if a PC is able to perform even the most simplified case.