Now Gallis and computational scientist Steve Plimpton have created a parallel three-dimensional DSMC code called SPARTA. In July, Sandia released it as open source, available to anyone here. In addition, Gallis presented results of work using SPARTA at an invited keynote lecture in China at the 29th annual International Conference on Rarefied Gas Dynamics.
Three-D codes like SPARTA represent physical reality more accurately than 2-D codes such as Icarus. Better simulations mean designers can account for many more details in new spacecraft or satellites.
Что тут можно сказать? Улыбаемся и машем. Кстати, "устаревший" двумерный Икарус они так не раздают, как нанотехнологичную Спарту.