RADAMATFOAM is a computational toolkit developed in the University of Burgos constructed over a set of open source tools for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) named OpenFOAM. These tools, which their original conception was focused on providing polyhedral mesh handling capabilities, specially to perform fluid analisys, have been used to increase the performance and suitability of RADAMATFOAM for analysing the crystallographic structure of materials under radiation damage.

This software uses the calculations by Molecular Dynamics simulation software like LAMMPS® as input data to build the different meshes on which the analysis will be conducted. The mentioned Molecular Dynamics software is extensively used for the modeling of radiation damage in different materials. After using mesh analysis, RADAMATFOAM is able to provide processed data of the crystallographic structure of the material focusing in the detection of vacancies, interstitials and dumbbells, detection of clusters, cascades, grain boundaries, interfaces between materials and surfaces.

Programming Language
The programming language used is C + + (OpenFOAM tool set was developed over this language) along with advanced methods implemented in the previously mentioned toolkit.

Operating Environment
The compilation and execution environment is constrained by the tools used for compilation and execution framework. OpenFOAM is designed to work on Linux operating systems, and includes differencies for several linux distributions. RADAMATFOAM compiles and runs within the folder structure generated by OpenFOAM.

© Advanced Materials, Nuclear Technology and Applied Nanotechnology Department. University of Burgos.

Authors: Santiago Cuesta López, Oscar Tapia Júdez, Ekhi Arroyo Fernández de Leceta.