With the GeoDict Cloud, your company becomes independent of local IT resources and benefits from a high-performance system without having to invest in and manage your own HPC system.
GeoDict lets you analyze and design battery materials at the micro-scale. Simulate and calculate complex electrochemical processes in batteries, such as the transport of electrons and ions, and much more – all through digital prototypes.
Simulations with GeoDict help filter media makers and filter manufacturers understand and productively improve existing filter materials. This approach not only leads to an efficient improvement of materials, but also to the development of completely new filter media and filters.
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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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
The application engineers and scientists of Math2Market are present at international exhibitions and conferences with impressive contributions around the topic of materials research & development.
More than 500 publications from over 20 years of experience with GeoDict show versatile practical solutions of the GeoDict users in materials research & development.
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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.
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GeoDict offers powerful solutions for a wide range of applications
GeoDict for 3D image processing and image analysis View
GeoDict for nonwovens View
GeoDict for Digital Rock Physics View
GeoDict for Woven Media View
GeoDict for Soot Filtration View
GeoDict for Liquid Filtration View
GeoDict for Fuel Cells View
GeoDict for Composites View
GeoDict for Batteries View
GeoDict for Air Filtration View
Analysis of a long fiber reinforced thermoplastic View
Digital twin of an aluminum foam View
Compression of an aluminum foam: Comparison of experimental in-situ CT scan and simulation View
Generate a composite and simulate its mechanical behaviour View
Generate meshes of digital composite models View
Generate triangle meshes from a µCT-scan of the composite View
Import a µCT scan of composite and simulate its mechanical behavior View
Generate and simulate Foams with GeoDict View
Define Your Own Material Law Based on Experiments View