Veryst has applied its simulation expertise to the development of several valuable software tools. Please see below for a description of the simulation applications we offer and of the PolyUMod®, MCalibration®, and Material Database software.
Customized simulation applications ("apps") can simplify the product design process and accelerate the development cycle. Veryst's deep expertise with simulation and with the Application Builder in COMSOL Multiphysics enables us to build useful and reliable apps. Contact us to discuss how we can develop an app customized to your needs, or learn about our apps, below.
Spring Design App
Veryst developed a robust COMSOL Multiphysics standalone app that simulates the compression of both helical and conical springs. See an example of simulating compression springs in a COMSOL Multiphysics application.
Lap Shear App
Veryst developed a free-to-use, standalone, COMSOL Multiphysics application to simulate the strength of single lap shear joints using cohesive zone modeling.
Ball Valve App
Veryst developed an easy-to-use COMSOL Multiphysics application to characterize the pressure loss and velocity distribution for ball valve designs, with the option of modeling both turbulent and laminar flow.
PolyUMod, MCalibration, and Material Database
Veryst Engineering has spun off its PolyUMod, MCalibration, and Material Database software into a new company called PolymerFEM LLC.
The PolyUMod library is a library of advanced user-material models that plugs into an FEA solver and enables more accurate predictions than is possible within the available material models.
The MCalibration software is a tool that can calibrate almost any available material quickly and easily.
The PolymerFEM Material Database is a set of pre-calibrated material models that have been calibrated to extensive test data.