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VORPAL (Versatile Object-oriented Relativistic Plasma Analysis with Lasers) is a computational plasma application that can predict the dynamics of electromagnetic systems, plasmas, and rarefied as well as dense gases. VORPAL is used for modeling laser wake-field acceleration, plasma thrusters, fusion plasmas, and multipactoring in superconducting RF cavities.[1]

VORPAL is currently developed and marketed by Tech-X Corporation.[2]


  1. ^ VORPAL: a Versatile Plasma Simulation Code. Plasma and Beam Physics Group, University of Colorado.
  2. ^ Tech-X Corporation

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