|4.0.1||TRAMONTO version 4.0.1|
The Tramonto project is based at Sandia National Laboratories, and is focused on developing molecular theory based computational tools for predicting the structure and properties of fluids at the nanoscale near surfaces and macromolecules. At this length scale fluids are inhomogeneous and common approximations for bulk fluids such as incompressibility do not apply. The specific capabilities of Tramonto and the related FasTram software packages can be found here, Tramonto capabilities. The molecular theories treated by these codes are fluid density functional theories (F-DFTs). These theories compute fluid structure near surfaces or as a result of self-assembly in contrast to quantum density functional theories (Q-DFTs) which are widely used to compute electronic structure of materials.
See Tramonto User Guide for information on running Tramonto.