Prediction Modules

Digital Material analysis modules

Module Description
FiberFind Identify fibers and binder quantitatively using trained neural networks and determine fiber diameter, fiber orientation, and fiber curvature. Works directly on 3D scans obtained through ÁCT or FIB/SEM
GrainFind Identify grains and pores quantitatively with advanced algorithms. Determine grain volume, diameter distribution, and sphericity. Works directly on 3D scans obtained through ÁCT or FIB/SEM.
PoroDict & MatDict Characterize the properties of pores and solids in porous media and composite materials.
DiffuDict Simulate effective diffusivity and tortuosity factor in porous media.
ConductoDict Simulate effective thermal conductivity and effective electrical conductivity in porous media and composite materials.
FlowDict Simulate flow experiments by solving Stokes, Navier-Stokes or Stokes-Brinkman equations and obtain pressure-velocity curves, flow resistivity, flow velocity, and flow permeability.
ElastoDict Simulate effective elastic properties and large deformations, with plasticity, damage and failure, for porous and composite materials.
FilterDict® Simulate particle filtration in filter media, filter pleats, honeycomb structures (DPF, GPF), and complete filters with housing, for example of Single Pass or Multi Pass solid-liquid separation and solid-gas separation, and filtration efficiency, filter capacity and filter life time (requires FlowDict).
BatteryDict Design and simulate Li-ion batteries.
AddiDict Simulate advection and diffusion for the transport of solid particles in liquid- or gas-flow through porous materials (requires FlowDict).
SatuDict Simulate saturation-capillary pressure curves, relative conductivity (requires ConductoDict), relative permeability (requires FlowDict), and relative diffusivity (requires DiffuDict).
AcoustoDict Simulate acoustic absorption parameters for acoustic models: air flow resistivity (requires FlowDict), viscous and thermal characteristic lengths (requires DiffuDict), open porosity, and tortuosity factor (high and low frequency limit).