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THIS SOFTWARE IS OPEN SOURCE. TO DOWNLOAD, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE.

The microstructural modelling of materials (µMatIC) computer program has been developed at Imperial College London to simulate the solidification process of alloys.

The µMatIC code includes an extension of the cellular automata technique to include solute diffusion through combination with a finite difference solver, larger-scale simulation results by coupling to external simulation programs, and soon will include microscale fluid flow and heat transfer in the public version.

This 3-dimensional µMatIC code is able to predict microstructural features of the solidification including dendritic morphology, spacing, grain structure, concentration profile, pores, casting defects, etc.

 

To download µMatIC, please click on the following link:

 

 

A number of papers demostrating the use of µMatIC in a variety of applications can be found on Page 2.

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µMatIC

Open-source software to simulate solidification process and predict microstructure of alloys

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