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### Kinetic Theory of Gases Simulator

Kinetic Theory of Gases Simulator Python Script Application

Use this Python code to simulate the kinetic energy of gases in an enclosed volume.

The kinetic theory of gases is a simple classical model of the thermodynamic behavior of gases. It treats a gas as composed of numerous particles, too small to see with a microscope, which are constantly in random motion. Their collisions with each other and with the walls of their container are used to explain physical properties of the gas for example, the relationship between its temperature, pressure, and volume.

*Python code - This application requires knowledge of Python installation and code execution.*

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Output

Editable Data:

- Second per tick
- Dimensions
- Number of balls
- Average radius
- Average density
- Average velocity
- average speed

Source

Python code - This application requires knowledge of Python installation and code execution.

No requirements outside the Python Standard Library

Support:

- Engineers Edge has tested the basic functions and operation of this application using Python 3.11.9 and supporting modules.
- Supporting Windows application "Visual Studio Code".
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