Lanika Solutions to Distribute MatCalc Materials Simulation Software in India
Online PR News – 20-November-2019 – Bengaluru, INDIA, – Lanika Solutions, provider of world-renowned technical products that contribute to the success of engineering projects has entered a distribution agreement with MatCalc Engineering GmbH, the leading provider of materials engineering and material computational design software.
Lanika Solutions will sell and provide front-line technical support for MatCalc product. MatCalc provide computational metallurgical technology solutions built on the application of the advanced and sophisticated software package "MatCalc" - Materials Calculator. MatCalc models the whole materials design and fabrication process, covering the three main areas of multicomponent thermodynamics, precipitation kinetics and microstructural evolution.
MatCalc is aimed at supporting you in the fields of materials development, simulation and optimization of materials processing and analysis and interpretation of metallurgical problems. MatCalc is already successfully utilized in teaching and research and it is used likewise by academia, research organizations and industry.
Dr. Falahati, CEO of MatCalc Engineering GmbH cited, considering the intelligent young population of India, we are confidence that they are capable to use the full potential of the software MatCalc to solve the metallurgical processing problems of their metal-industries, to support effectively their researches and help their educational systems and consequently contribute to India's fast-growing economy.
MatCalc is a scientific and technology-oriented simulation software. We believe, India's MatCalc users "can" and "will" use "MatCalc" scientifically and smartly and they can be good examples of MatCalc-users to be introduce to other countries.
He stated at the end, we think about long-term collaboration with India. We are very pleased to have cooperation agreement with "Lanika Solutions". They bring technical products to those who need them in India. We have common aims to be fulfilled.
"We are delighted to enter the cooperation with MatCalc Engineering GmbH having multidisciplinary experts bridging the gap between science and practical manufacturing solutions seeking to offer viable step-change improvements in materials design and fabrication process" says Zakir Hussain, Director, Lanika Solutions. "Our collaboration with MatCalc Engineering, would help us to extend our service to the researchers in the field of materials engineering which will greatly benefit them."
About Lanika Solutions
Lanika is Advanced Technical Computing Software provider for Engineers and Scientists in Industry, Government and Education. The Company partners with reputed principals viz., MatCalc Engineering, Reactive Systems, Breault Research Organization (BRO), Thermo Fisher Scientific, MultiMechanics, IAV Automotive Engineering, Reactiv'IP, M2C Solutions and Sigma Technology, developing industry-leading technologies that help a wide base of clients throughout the Indian sub-continent solve the toughest engineering problems. The company offers the best technologies for modeling simulation, testing and validation, optical design analysis, 3d visualization and analysis, engine calibration, composite structural analysis, design optimization, feedback control systems, and more.
For more information, visit www.lanikasolutions.com
About MatCalc Engineering
MatCalc Engineering GmbH is a spin-off company from Vienna University of Technology, with many years of computational material engineering, materials testing and material characterization experience. Their team consists of multidisciplinary experts bridging the gap between science and practical manufacturing solutions seeking to offer viable step-change improvements in your materials design and your fabrication process. Their services include MatCalc software user support, performance of requested alloy microstructure evolution simulations for R&D projects support, material consulting, material processing route optimization, material selection or new material assessment, as well as materials testing.
For more information, visit www.matcalc-engineering.com