GeoDexcel allows a detailed post-processing and a deep analysis of GeoDict results with Microsoft Excel®.
GeoDexcel automatically loads the GeoDict result files (*.gdr) of all GeoDict modules into Excel® spreadsheets. For many GeoDict modules, e.g. for FilterDict, predefined charts are available to graphically characterize the results.
Furthermore, GeoDexcel allows to automatically compare and post-process results for different structure models in one Excel® spreadsheet.
GeoDexcel is included in the GeoDict Base Package that is part of every GeoDict license.
GeoDexcel allows to load all data from GeoDict result-files into Excel®, making all Microsoft Excel® data analysis and post-processing available for GeoDict results.
This export can be scripted and Microsoft Excel® files can be saved automatically. Specific post-processing is available for many GeoDict modules:
Filtration efficiency charts, particle deposition charts, and charts showing the pressure drop evolution during a filter lifetime simulation.
Combination of results from different flow experiments and then, for comparison, plot the average flow velocity in the selected flow direction for all of them.
Plotting of the solid volume fraction (Solid Volume Fraction), and components analysis.
Plotting of Through Pores, the cumulative geometric Pore Size Distribution (PSD) and the density of geometric PSD.
Output of capillary pressure curves, the relative conductivity and relative diffusivity charts, and the permeability chart for the non-wetting and the wetting phases.
Furthermore, GeoDexcel allows to load and compare results created for different structures or different modules into one spreadsheet.
To use GeoDexcel, Microsoft Excel® (version 2007 or newer) must be installed on the computer.
- For Filtration applications:
Compare and rank filter media by plotting of filtration efficiency and comparing the pressure drop evolution.
- For battery research:
Study and compare the different pore size distribution of electrode materials.
- For the Oil & Gas industry:
Create Microsoft Excel® reports for a digital rock workflow.
- The GeoDexcel module is part of the GeoDict Base package providing basic functionality.
- GeoDexcel is not restricted to a specific module. GeoDexcel post-processes all results produced in the form of GeoDict result files (*.gdr) from all GeoDict modules, be it material design modules or property predictor modules.