Chem3D Ultra brings workstation-quality molecular surface graphics and computational methods to the desktop.
The ACD/Web Librarian Web browser-based software offers capabilities for sharing and viewing spectral, chromatographic and chemical data.
The Materials Studio suite provides tools for modeling crystal structure and crystallization processes for the study of polymer properties, catalysis and structure-activity relationships.
The Teranode Design Suite (TDS) platform integrates modeling into existing informatics infrastructures. This platform provides scientists on-demand access to a comprehensive library of analytic models.
Version 10 of ACD/Labs’ software provides chemical research scientists and educators with tools for research, discovery and development groups. Capabilities of the software suite include
Partek Screener’s Solution, a statistical analysis and interactive data visualization system, is suited for analysis of experiments and studies resulting from high-throughput and high-content technologies.
The SigmaPlot scientific graphing and data analysis software package provides researchers with features to analyze data and create exact graphs that present research results for presentation, publication or the Web.
The AC/DC Module for COMSOL Multiphysics accelerates the design and prototyping of devices such as motors, magnets, transformers, power lines, and energy-conversion systems. It handles general
SimPowerSystems enables engineers to use model-based design to model and simulate electrical circuits and power systems within Simulink, and includes application libraries such as electric drives, flexible AC transmission systems (FACTS) and distributed resources.
ALGOR finite element analysis (FEA) software features an integrated CAD/FEA modeling environment, a software wizard for applying bolt loads, texture display, multipoint constraints and linear dynamic analyses.
2DYNAFS/3DYNAFS is a suite of Boundary Element Method-based Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) codes for the simulation of unsteady incompressible fluid flows in the presence of free surfaces.
CODE V, for optical design, analysis, illumination calculations and fabrication support, is used to design optical systems for products including aerospace systems, photographic equipment, medical instruments and video cameras.
Mathematica brings 64-bit technology to all supported platforms. More than 4.3 GB of memory (the 32-bit address limit) can be addressed, and high-precision or large numbers are processed in 64-bit.
Maple performs mathematics to share, update, validate and reuse research and design information by combining numeric and symbolic calculations, mathematical notation, documentation, and graphics and animations.