A mesoscale paradigm.
a bridge between materials discovery and system response.
The core of the library is based on the multiphase field model. The project has the form of a library and is written in object oriented C++. It has a modular structure which allows easy extensions of the library and simplifies the development of user programs.
Choose your best option.
- Open-Source library
- OpenMP Parallelization
- Simplified microstructure creation
- Small strain framework
- Easy to extract various statistics
- Intuitive graphical user-interface
- Powerful diffusion module
- Finite strain framework
- Straightforward flow solver
- Flexible microstructure creation
What's the Academic Version of OpenPhase?
The Academic Version is open-source, which can be freely accessed, used, changed, and shared (in modified or unmodified form) by anyone. The Academic Version is made by over 50 person-years development and distributed with the GNU General Public License (GPLv3).
How is commercial Version different from the academic Version?
The Academic Version serves as the foundation for the Commercial Version. A multi-phase field solver and a finite strain framework are included in this package. In addition, the commercial edition includes: A user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI), Intuitive simulation setup and On-the-fly data analysis.
Can I build a complete project with the Academic Version?
Yes, why not. You can build a project and a complete application as you like. More modules can be easily integrated. Detailed instructions on getting started and developing your project are available in the most recent version of the documentation. Visit, documentation.
How can I get the new updates?
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