vUSPhydro
vUSPhydro known as viscous Ultrarelativistic Smoothed Particle hydrodynamics is an 2+1 eventbyevent viscous relativistic hydrodynamical model that solves IsraelStewart equations for both bulk and shear viscosities. vUSPhydro was originally created at the University of Sao Paulo by Jacquelyn NoronhaHostler, Gabriel Denicol, Jorge Noronha, Rone P. G. Andrade, and Frederique Grassi.
There are two methods to solve hydrodynamical equations: the Eulerian method (grid) and the Lagrangian method (mesh free). The Eulerian method uses a predetermined grid and observes the fluid flowing pasts those points whereas the Lagrangian method discretizes the fluid into separate "particles" and observes their velocity and position over time. In vUSPhydro we use the wellknown Lagrangian method called Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH), which provides a framework for quickly solving the Equations of Motion.
The Smoothed Particled Hydrodynamics was originally created in the field of astrophysics but has since been applied to many other fields. The first to use it in the field of Heavy Ions was the NeXSPHeRIO code (based on inviscid hydrodynamics) established in a joint collaboration between the University of Sao Paulo and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Other uses of SPH: Astrophysics, Geology, Ballistics, Video Gaming.
Initial work using vUSPhydro has found that there is a nontrivial compensating effect between the bulk and shear viscosity. A larger than initially expected shear viscosity may be possible as long as a nonzero bulk viscosity is considered. Further work with vUSPhydro can be found below.
vUSPhydro can handle a variety of initial conditions and a nonzero intial flow. Hadronic interactions are taken into account with the UrQMD transport code. At the moment, vUSPhydro is not an open source code, but eventually the hope is to make it publically available.
vUSPhydro Publiations:

Giacalone, Yan, NoronhaHostler, Ollitrault, arXiv:1608.06022

Gardim, Grassi, Luzum, NoronhaHostler, arXiv:1608.02982

Giacalone, Yan, NoronhaHostler, Ollitrault, arXiv:1608.01823

J. NoronhaHostler, J.Phys.Conf.Ser. 736 (2016) no.1, 012019

G. Giacalone, L. Yan, J. NoronhaHostler and J. Y. Ollitrault, Phys.Rev. C94 (2016) no.1, 014906

J. NoronhaHostler, B. Betz, J. Noronha and M. Gyulassy, Phys.Rev.Lett. 116 (2016) no.25, 252301

J. NoronhaHostler, J. Noronha and M. Gyulassy, Accepted in Nucl. Phys. A, arXiv:1512.07135 [nuclth].

J. NoronhaHostler, Proceedings of CIPANP2015, eConf, arXiv:1512.06315 [nuclth].

J. NoronhaHostler, M. Luzum and J. Y. Ollitrault, Phys.Rev. C93 (2016) no.3, 034912

J. NoronhaHostler, L. Yan, F. G. Gardim and J. Y. Ollitrault, Phys. Rev.
C 93, no. 1, 014909 (2016). 
J. NoronhaHostler, J. Noronha, M. Gyulassy, Phys.Rev. C93 (2016) no.2, 024909

F. G. Gardim, J. NoronhaHostler, M. Luzum and F. Grassi, Phys.Rev. C91 (2015) 3, 034902.

J. NoronhaHostler, J. Noronha and F. Grassi, Phys. Rev. C 90,
034907 (2014).

J. NoronhaHostler, G. S. Denicol, J. Noronha, R. P. G. Andrade
and F. Grassi, Phys. Rev. C 88, 044916 (2013).

J. NoronhaHostler, G. S. Denicol, J. Noronha, R. P. G. Andrade and F. Grassi, J.Phys.Conf.Ser. 458 (2013) 012018.

J. NoronhaHostler, J. Noronha, G. S. Denicol, R. P. G. Andrade, F. Grassi
and C. Greiner,Phys. Rev. C 89, 054904 (2014).