The TU Delft Astrodynamics Toolbox (Tudat) is a set of C++ software libraries, developed and maintained by staff and students in the Astrodynamics & Space Missions research group at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
This toolbox is intended to provide users with functionality to be able to simulate various astrodynamics applications. This Wiki serves as a portal for all the code and documentation available within the Tudat project. If you have any questions regarding the organization of the Wiki, please contact the Documentation Manager.
Also, for a complete overview of all the wiki pages, you can always click on the Index by Title link in the sidebar on the right of the page. This shows a tree-like overview of all the pages in this wiki and can help you to quickly navigate to a certain page.
You can sign up for the Tudat mailing list, to receive email announcements sent to project members. Also, if you are abroad and cannot ask fellow (Tudat) students for help, you can send your question to this mailing list. This also applies to programming questions you really cannot solve on your own.
Getting started: A step-by-step walkthrough that will get you to run your first Tudat application.¶
Downloads: An overview of all of the methods to download the Tudat Bundle, and additional individual libraries.¶
Obscure Compiling Errors: A short list of obscure compiling errors with a more sensible explanation (for users and developers alike).¶
Tudat Software Documentation¶
Tudat documentation consists of a number of different components. A feature overview of the Tudat and Tudat Core libraries can be found in the Features Block Diagram. This highlights existing and planned functionality. In addition, Doxygen API documentation is available to provide an overview of all of the code blocks in both projects.
Following links are of importance if you are developing for Tudat:
For a quick introduction to the management you can look at Organization, where you can find further links regarding Tudat management.
The following specific pages may also be helpful: