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"GeoDict Applications" provide insights into approaches to concrete tasks in material research and development. The simulation approach and the achieved results shown here are based on real projects with partners from the corresponding application areas.
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Experimentally Validated Simulation of Strain-Induced Battery Aging
The quantitative simulation of battery aging on a microstructural level is jointly pursued using two approaches by Math2Market and the MaDE group of Prof. Vanessa Wood (ETH Zürich) in the framework of the EU-project “SOLVED!”.
Vanessa Wood (ETH Zürich),
Ilona Glatt und Anja Streit (Math2Market GmbH)
Compression of an aluminum foam
A compression test was performed on an open-cell aluminum foam during an in-situ CT scan (by our partner Tescan) and we ran the compression simulation after that.
Luke Hunter and Wesley de Boever (Tescan GmbH),
Martina Hümbert, Andreas Grießer und Sebastian Rief (Math2Market GmbH)
An X-ray micro-tomographic study of the pore space, permeability and percolation threshold of young sea ice
The following metadata belongs to a µCT dataset of young sea ice, the results of which are presented in an article in the science journal The Cryosphere.
Digital (Sea Ice) Core Analysis
Sönke Maus (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, NTNU),
Martin Schneebeli (WSL-Institut für Schnee- und Lawinenforschung SLF),
Andreas Wiegmann (Math2Market GmbH)