Representation of the loss density in a crankshaft

Loss density in a busbar - due to induced eddy currents in the outermost layers

for engineering of machines & devices with complex physical properties

  • for fluid mechanics, electromagnetics, structural mechanics, acoustics, et al. – for uni-dimensional as well as for coupled phenomena
  • highly efficient and accurate solutions of multi physical problems
  • graphical user interface, easily adaptable with Python
  • integrated high-quality visualization
  • supports all popular platforms (Windows, MacOSX, Linux)
  • free permissive license (LGPL) –
  • implementation of sophisticated physical models with coupled and/or nonlinear effects in highly efficient finite element software (using modern C++)
  • parallel algorithms using cutting edge mathematical research
  • support of TU Wien: integration into existing workflow and for simulations of difficult problem descriptions
  • 25 years of experience in highly efficient mesh generation and finite element simulation
  • successful mesh generator Netgen integrated in various modeling and simulation tools (FreeCAD, Salome, Z88, a.o.)
  • utilization of NGSolve for example by SIEMENS (transformers), Schlumberger (sensors for drilling), Endress+Hauser (electromagnetic flow measurement),
    Toyota Central R&D Labs (shape optimization)

Innovation level:

  • first public presentation of NGSolve to representatives of industry
  • first presentation at industrial fair - fair novelty
  • at the edge of mathematical research

Target groups and use cases:

  • industrial design-, development- and research- departments
  • aerospace and automotive industry, electrical and mechanical engineering, process engineering and testing, sensor and measurement technology