Neutrino Dynamics



Full development and simulation environment capable of modeling and simulation of Soilds and Fluids.


CENTROID LAB currently maintains and develops Neutrino.

Currently used by research organizations, academia, various industries

features a full-featured simulation and visualization environment for the most demanding tasks and problems.

Versatile and efficient in many diverse sectors, including energy research, environmental sciences , nuclear engineering and risk analysis.


GUI for creating/editing scenes

Easy 3D modeling environment to setup various problems

Import various formats for 3D geometry


Modular plugin-based architecture

Node-based Connection mechanism

Volume/Particle Coupling

KeyFrame Animation Mechanism

Python Scripting

Runs on Windows/Linux/Mac OS X

Supports external plugins.

Massively parallel and Efficient


Well Validated fluid solver primarily using particle based methods

Can simulate coastal inundation and flooding

scenarios, multi phase flow, thermal hydraulics.

Extensible to support various dynamics fluid flows.

Purely Lagrangian (IISPH) fluid solvers (for simulating liquids, gases and granular materials)

Thermal Hydraulics and Two Phase Flow

Integration with various external solvers and computational systems

Fully integrated and two way coupling with Rigid Bodies

Ability to estimate fluid forces and pressures on Solids


Integrated Visualization System

Ability to output to VTK/Paraview and other renderers

State of the Art Surface reconstruction algorithms - mesh and particle post processing techniques.


Efficient Compute on Demand Simulation in the Cloud

Support of Local Cloud Platforms for Simulations

Live Feedback from computation on the cloud

Easy Per Second Billing

Current Problems

  • Flooding 75%

  • Fluid Structure Interaction 10%

  • Wind 5%

  • Validations 10%

The testimonials

Neutrino is a very valuable tool

- Dr. C Smith , Idaho National Labs

Very well integrated with our Risk Analysis System

- S Prescott , Idaho National Labs

Currently using Neutrino for our IRP Project

- Dr. N Dinh , North Carolina State University