Abstract: 3D-PDR is a three-dimensional photodissociation region code written in Fortran. It uses the <a href="http://computation.llnl.gov/projects/sundials">Sundials package</a> (written in C) to solve the set of ordinary differential equations and it is the successor of the one-dimensional PDR code UCL_PDR (ascl:1303.004). Using the HEALpix ray-tracing scheme (ascl:1107.018), 3D-PDR solves a three-dimensional escape probability routine and evaluates the attenuation of the far-ultraviolet radiation in the PDR and the propagation of FIR/submm emission lines out of the PDR. The code is parallelized (OpenMP) and can be applied to 1D and 3D problems.
Credit: Bisbas, T. G.; Bell, T. A.; Viti, S.; Yates, J.; Barlow, M. J.
Preferred citation method: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2012MNRAS.427.2100B