Andreas Mursch-Radlgruber created the software in Java as part of a final project.
The 3-D model of air current structures is possible by using the diagnostic solution of the law of conservation of mass, using current-dynamic background knowledge based on empirical relations of topological structures (buildings, trees etc.). The numerical solution is solved using 3-dimensional relaxation.
The editor program allows a realistic approximation of playfully complex scenarios. The results are calculated within seconds (depending on the computer’s capacity) and displayed in easily understandable 3-dimensional form on the screen. The illustrations are stationary fields, which can easily be rotated and zoomed. A visualization of the trajectory allows the current structures to be more precisely studied.
The interactive nature of the program makes it possible to study and understand the complex effect of built structures on air currents (e.g. recirculation, quicker cutting of paths, etc.).