MICRESS® - the MICRostructure Evolution Simulation Software - is a software enabling the time- and space-resolved calculation of microstructure formation, especially in metallurgical systems. The software is based on a generalized multiphase-field concept for multiphase and multicomponent systems (see J.Eiken, B.Böttger, I.Steinbach, 2006). The historic grounds of the used phase-field concept were developed by ACCESS scientists in 1995 (see I.Steinbach, F.Pezzolla, B.Nestler, M.Seeßelberg, R.Prieler, G.J.Schmitz, J.L.L.Rezende, 1995). The core module which includes phase-field and diffusion modelling is combined with fluid flow, stress and temperature modules. The software is maintained and distributed by ACCESS e.V., a non-profit research center at the Aachen University of Technology (RWTH).
The licenses for this software are only accessible by members of the School of Metallurgy and Materials. If you require access to the software, please contact the IT Service Desk for details. We will then check that you are in the appropriate department before giving access to the software.
For more information visit the MICRESS website.
These versions of MICRESS are available on the BEAR systems (BlueBEAR, BEAR Cloud VMs, and CaStLeS VMs). These will be retained in accordance with our Applications Support and Retention Policy.