AMPT source codes

(updated October 28, 2016):

A Multi-Phase Transport (AMPT) model is a Monte Carlo transport model for nuclear collisions at relativistic energies.
Each of the following versions contains:
the source codes, an example input file, a Makefile, a readme, a required subdirectory for storing output files, and a script to run the code.
  1. ampt-v1.11-v2.11.tgz (11/2004)

  2. ampt-v1.21-v2.21.tgz (10/2008)

  3. ampt-v1.25t3-v2.25t3.tgz (8/2009)

  4. ampt-v1.25t7-v2.25t7.zip (9/2011)

  5. ampt-v1.25t7d-v2.25t7d.zip (4/2012)

  6. ampt-v1.26t1-v2.26t1.zip (9/2012)

  7. ampt-v1.26t4-v2.26t4.zip (8/2014)

  8. ampt-v1.26t5-v2.26t5.zip (4/2015)

  9. ampt-v1.26t7-v2.26t7.zip (10/2016)

This readme file lists the main changes up to version v1.26t7-v2.26t7 ("t" means a version under test):

Time evolutions of several AMPT events

(calculated with ampt-v1.26t1-v2.26t1):

  1. Time evolution of a central Au+Au event at 200AGeV from default AMPT (view along the beam axis).
    Note: the full length of the box is 30 fm along each direction.

  2. Side view of the above event (beams come from the left and right sides repspectively).

  3. Time evolution of a central Au+Au event at 200AGeV from string melting AMPT (view along the beam axis).

  4. Side view of the above event (beams come from the left and right sides repspectively).

  5. Time evolution of a peripheral (b=10fm) Au+Au event at 200AGeV from string melting AMPT (view along the beam axis).