Core Technology

MOEBIUS is a complete multi-physics and multi-scales fluidic computational platform developed and validated over the past 20 years

Capabilities

Define the ACTORS of a problem and put them together in a UNIVERSE including user-defined rules to tailor the physics. MOEBIUS will provide time and space evolution of the system giving access to a detailed quantification and analyze the system

Customization

MOEBIUS unique architecture enables easy and fast configuration of any problems involving FLUIDS, PARTICLES and/or SCALARS leveraging a large set of predefined UNIVERSES

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MULTI-SCALE COMPUTATIONS

 

  • Access an infinite number of UNIVERSES corresponding to combinations of FLUIDS, PARTICLES and SCALARS also called ACTORS
  • Physics between actors defined through a database of customizable “user-defined rules”

 

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FLUIDS

  • DNS and turbulence models
  • Single Species
    • Porous media
    • Local viscosity modulations
    • Non-Newtonian rheology
    • Local forcing
  • Multi-Species
    • Multi-phase flows
    • Miscible solutions
  • Multi-levels grid resolution
  • Charged fluids
    • Electro-osmosis, electrophoresis
    • Electrolytes in nano and microdevices
  • Stabilized propagation
    • Entropic methods
    • Extended robustness
  • Boundary Conditions
    • Freely moving elements
    • Dynamic fluid-surface interaction
    • Semi-permeable, no-slip and free-slip walls
    • Flow, pressure and windkessels conditions
  • Immersed boundary method
  • Semi-permeable walls
  • Variety of inlet /outlet conditions

PARTICLE MODELING

  • Biomolecules
    • Proteins, lipids, sugars,…
    • Chemicals
    • Organic/inorganic molecules
  • Charged Molecules
    • Polye-electrolytes
    • DNA and RNA
  • Blood cells
    • Erythrocytes, leukocytes, platelets
  • Solvation and Hydrodynamics
  • Emitters, sprays and confinement

 

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GENERIC SCALAR SOLVER

    • One-the-fly electrostatics
    • Fourier solution for thermal flows
    • Advection-diffusion-reaction scalars
    • Boundary Conditions
      • No-flux / Equipotential: Dirichlet & von Neumann
      • Emitters
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