New release: “MatCalc 6.00.1000” is online!

MatCalc 6 represents a major step in the evolution of MatCalc, since it extends the simulation capabilities from thermo-kinetic analysis of precipitation all the way to state parameter-based metallurgical process simulation. We are glad to announce that the new release of MatCalc, version 6.00.1000 is now online and you can download it by clicking here. New version of MatCalc comes with some new features.  Below you will find a brief listing of them:

  • Fully coupled microstructure simulation including deformation, recovery, recrystallization as well as their interaction with precipitation.
  • All-new scripting language syntax, which makes scripting as easy as possible
  • New command line interpreter with a powerful and intuitive suggester
  • All new look-and-feel. Navigate much easier through your workspace, have more space on your screen with the new console, numerous new functionality for changing plot styles, find your variables in the variables window quickly with the new filter function
  • Stand-alone installation architecture
  • Easy-to-use installer and upgrader
  • Various licensing options

Note: Without an activated and registered license, MatCalc runs in “free mode” (a maximum of three elements can be used). Our customers with registered license can activate their license as is outlined here.

11th MatCalc workshop and user meeting

Next MatCalc workshop: December 14th-15th, 2017

The workshop and user meeting is aimed at bringing together MatCalc users for discussion of problems and exchange of ideas. During the two days, experienced MatCalc trainers are available to provide tips and tricks as well as worked examples. The participants are asked to provide short presentations of their experience / solutions / problems, which will serve as starting points for deeper discussion. This workshop is particularly valuable for users with a certain degree of experience, since the problems discussed will require basic skills in the use of the software as well as understanding of problems in thermodynamics and kinetics. It is likely to be of limited value for MatCalc newbies. The MatCalc workshop and user meeting is held at a time when Vienna exhibits lots of very nice Christmas markets. We are going to visit one of them in the evening …

The next workshop will take place on December 14-15, 2017 and it is open to every MatCalc user interested in improving his skills and sharing his experience. For more information and to register, please contact Piotr.