CERBSim Provides Simulation Services

highly efficient for components with complex physical characteristics

  • Services and software for challenging multiphysical problems which bring existing simulation tools beyond the limits of what they can do 
  • for electromagnetism, mechanical and thermal stress, acoustics, fluid mechanics among other areas - as well as for their linkages and feedback effects
  • specially designed algorithms and special equation solvers result in superior calculation time and efficient, smart coupling of physical-geometric effects
  • flexibly adaptable, highly precise multiphysical problem descriptions
  • browser-based high quality visualization - cloud computing, 3D visualization
  • free license (LGPL) – ngsolve.org
  • parallel algorithms at state of the art level in mathematical research
  • integration in existing workflows
  • 25 years experience with highly efficient network generation and Finite Element Simulation
  • successful network generator Netgen has found its way into numerous software packages for technical modeling and simulation. (FreeCAD, Salome, Z88, Cenos u.a.)
  • applications from NGSolve have been implemented by SIEMENS (transformers), Schlumberger (drill hole sensors), Endress+Hauser (electromagnetic flow measurement), Toyota Central R&D Labs (shape optimization),  and AC2T Research (tribological simulations), among others
  • CERBSim is a spin-off of the Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing at TU Wien

Level of Innovation

  • initial public presentation of CERBSim to an industry audience– first time at Hannover Messe
  • at the cutting edge of mathematical innovation

Target groups and users

  • Industrial design, R&D departments
  • Research centers
  • Aerospace, car manufacturers, electrical engineering and electronics, mechanical engineering, industrial engineering, sensor technology, measurement and test engineering


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CERBSim – simulation of the amount of deformation of a component under load

CERBSim – simulation of the amount of deformation of a component under load

airplane model in aerodynamic flow

multi-physics simulation software measured airplane model in aerodynamic flow

virtual model – loss density in a busbar

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

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