For a limited number of participants, Math2Market offers an intensive day of workshops in its new offices following the 7th GeoDict User Meeting.
On September 20th 2018, a total of four parallel workshops in the morning will focus on innovative topics of the GeoDict 2019 release for the fields of:
Composites, Ceramics, Metals
Digital Rock Physics
The joint afternoon workshop will cover the postprocessing and the visualization of the GeoDict simulation results obtained during the morning workshops. This one-on-one workshop will provide plenty of tips and tricks on how to optimally visualize and present simulation results for the particular cases of the participants.
After the workshops, participants will have gained in-depth insights into the best solutions that the new GeoDict 2019 has to offer for their specific application and learned to present their own simulation results in the most fitting and attractive way.
Extraction of essential input data for macro-scale simulation from the micro-scale simulation results
Filtration simulation with FilterDict-Element
Composites: "The Digital Twin - A comparative study of material simulation on µCT-scanned and modelled microstructures"
Dr.-Ing. Constantin Bauer, Business Manager Composites, Metals & Ceramics
Import, segmentation and mechanical analysis of a µCT-scan of a short fiber reinforced polymer
Determination of the statistical geometrical properties of the µCT-scan and modelling of a digital twin
Comparison of the simulation results of the µCT-scan and the digital twin regarding the mechanical properties
Parameter study using GeoPython based on the digital twin
Digital Rock Physics: "Reactive transport and poroelasticity workflows"
Dr. Jens-Oliver Schwarz, Senior Business Manager Digital Rock Physics
Simulation of fluid flow triggered crystallization and / or dissolution
Setup of reactive transport simulations for reservoir stimulation
Outlook on further applications to CO2 sequestration, storage of nuclear waste, remediation of environmental pollution, etc.
Calculation of mechanical properties for rocks with a fluid filled pore space
Simulation of drained and un-drained conditions for uni-axial and tri-axial conditions
Evaluation of GeoDict’s poroelasticity approach against classical poroelasticity theory
Outlook on the simulation of rock damage and failure during waterflooding
Electrochemistry: "Analysis and charging of a blended cathode material"
Dr. Ilona Glatt, Business Manager Electrochemistry
Starting point is a small-sized, pre-segmented version of a cathode structure. The cathode structure consists of two active materials which differ in shape, but not in their gray value, a blend that prevents the application of a usual global thresholding segmentation.
Separation of the two active materials according to their shape with GrainFind.
Analysis of the structural geometry.
Cathode-charging simulation with BatteryDict, taking into account the two different active materials and a binder.
For expert users and if time allows, an experiment with the automatic binder reconstruction in a gas-diffusion layer of a PEM fuel cell will be conducted.
Start of the joint afternoon workshop:
Postprocessing & Visualisierung: "How to impress others with your GeoDict results"
Steffen Schwichow, Senior Graphic Designer
Creating graphics, images and animations for scientific articles, internal reports, presentations, and other marketing materials