Dissipative Particle Dynamics (DPD) is a meso-scale simulation method, suitable for modelling a wide range of industry products. We have developed a suite of interoperable tools for DPD simulations spanning the whole modelling workflow from system setup, to running simulations using GPU-accelerated High Performance Computing as well as statistical and graphical analysis of simulation results.
Our tools are available for organisations to access under a commercial license for use on your own platforms, or through our Platform as a Service (PaaS) offering. We can also support bespoke simulation projects through collaborative R&D.
- DL_MESO: for the GPU accelerated version – contact us
- UBEAD: Automated coarse-grained simulation setup tool – contact us
- UMMAP: Statistical and graphical analysis of DPD data
Suitable for modelling a wide range of industry products including:
- Personal and home care products; creams and gels
- Fuels incl. additives
- Polymer melts and waxes
- Cost reduction and reduced time to market by replacing physical experiments with simulation
- New insights into product performance
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“Towards a Standard Protocol for Micelle
Simulation”, M. A. Johnston, W. C. Swope, K. E. Jordan, P. B. Warren, M. G.
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