The properties of almost any material are largely determined by its structure and especially by its microstructure. MICRESS®- the MICRostructure Evolution Simulation Software - is a software enabling the calculation of microstructure formation in time and space during phase transformations, especially in metallurgical systems. The software is based on the multiphase-field concept, which has been developed by ACCESS scientists since 1995. Read more...
|September 12th to 15th, 2023||MICRESS® Advanced Training (SLM, Additive and more)
Given by the MICRESS team, Germany — Language: English — Hybrid Event (Online and in presence)
See Course flyer and program
|May 16th, 2023||MICRESS® 7.2 Release See Release Cover Letter 7.2|
|May 25th, 2023||Webinar held by Jakob Olofsson and Janin Eiken
Exploring microstructure evolution of cast alloys in 3D space using phase-field simulations
|March 29th to 31th, 2023||Thermo-Calc User Group Meeting
|March 19th to 23th, 2023||Meet us at
TMS - San Diego, USA
|February 6th to 7th and 9th to 10th, 2023||MICRESS® Basic Training — Online Event
Given by the MICRESS team, Germany — Language: English
|Nov 3th, 2021||MICRESS® 7.1 release — Special Topic: Selective Laser Melting (SLM)
Release Cover Letter
Grain growth, i. e. coarsening of a grain structure driven by the local curvature of grain boundaries is a fundamental microstructure transformation when materials are subjected Read more...
Multi-phase and multi-component simulation of solidification in IN718 (nickel-based superalloy) under Selective Laser Melting (SLM) conditions for Additive Manufacturing Read more...
The MICRESS® software was applied to simulate the microstructure evolution of multicomponent ductile cast iron (Fe-C-Si-Mn-Mg). During initial solidification Read more...
The microstructure of a solidifying AlSi7Mg0.3 (A356) alloy was simulated with MICRESS®. At several timesteps the permeability for melt flow through the microstructure Read more...