SPECT3D is a multi-D collisional-radiative spectral analysis code
designed to simulate the atomic and radiative properties of
laboratory and astrophysical plasmas.
SPECT3D is generally used to post-process the results of
radiation-hydrodynamics simulations or particle-in-cell (PIC)
simulations. SPECT3D computes spectral properties (emission
and absorption) and ionization properties for LTE and non-LTE
In designing SPECT3D, a strong emphasis has been placed on
making it easy to use. It features a user-friendly graphical
interface for setting up problems, monitoring the progress
of simulations, and viewing results.
SPECT3D is generally distributed with a set of atomic for
atomic elements from hydrogen through argon (Z = 1 - 18).
For information on obtaining data for other elements, contact
Spect3D major features...