Its flagship software product Thermo-Calc has been used for more than 30 years by leading industrial/governmental and academic researchers and engineers to perform multicomponent calculations for both fundamental and applied research. Databases are available for steels, Al-, Cu-, Mg-, Ni-, Ti-, Si-, high entropy alloys, solders, slags/oxide systems, and other materials as well as aqueous systems and salts.
Applications for additive manufacturing include generating chemistry and temperature dependent properties for FEM codes, where handbook data may be insufficient, predicting compositional segregation and phase formation during solidification, simulating the growth and dissolution of precipitate phases during thermal cycling and thermal post-processing and designing new alloys specifically tuned for AM processes.
We have a strong proven ROI and 30+ year track record. Over 18 000 journal citations and 1000+ citations in patents from more than 1300 customers in 70+ countries.
Meet Thermo-Calc Software at Booth No. 03 at LightMAT 2019