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Precise material analysis, simulation of complex electrochemical processes in the microstructure to identify weak points and improve the material in a target-oriented way.
Computer simulations with GeoDict help reservoir engineers and geoscientists to digitalize and automate the analysis of physical rock properties.
In the development of components, these processes offer maximum flexibility. GeoDict provides a wide range of functions for analysis, design and simulation of additive manufactured materials and enables digital parameter studies.
GeoDict offers the complete digital solution to get quickly and easily from original material to Digital Twin. Unique insights into the microstructure of materials and, thus, into the way they work and the processes involving them, can be gained through the digital representation of the materials.
We offer comprehensive services on the topic of digital solutions in the area of materials research and development. A motivated team of highly qualified employees supports you in the realization of your ideas.
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More than 600 publications from over 20 years of experience with GeoDict show versatile practical solutions of the GeoDict users in materials research & development.
The application engineers and scientists of Math2Market are present at international exhibitions and conferences with impressive contributions around the topic of materials research & development.
The microstructures of materials for different industrial applications have been modelled using the structure generators available in GeoDict. The files needed to replicate these generated microstructures are accessible to all GeoDict users.
Detailed solution approaches with GeoDict to scientific problems in industry and research demonstrate the power of simulations in material development.
Schematic visualizations of complex material development processes provide an insight into application-specific workflows with GeoDict
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Our motivation: to develop sustainable solutions for current and future challenges as part of international research and development cooperations and to play a significant role in shaping them.
Business expansion and relocation of Math2Market GmbH supported by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and the state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
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for Material and Component Development
GeoDict enables simulations to determine the water permeability of waterproof materials such as membranes. The results help identify the limits of membrane technology.
In the following example, a nonwoven is simulated with GeoDict using a µCT scan and a digital twin is created. This digital twin can be used to calculate a wide range of mechanical and physical properties.
In this study, a µCT-scan of a glass fiber reinforced polypropylene made by the Leibniz-Institut für Verbundwerkstoffe GmbH (IVW) was analyzed.
Analysis of the pore space of an open-cell aluminum foam, modeling of a digital twin based on the pore sizes, and determination of various properties.
Impregnated fiber fabrics - Generation of structures and analysis of mechanical and fluid dynamic properties
Together with our partner Tescan, we took up the challenge of performing a compression test on an open-cell aluminum foam during an in-situ CT and subsequently simulating the process with GeoDict.