Simulations à Multi-Niveaux
(Multi-Scale Simulations)



Several software was developed since decades however the computing resources and physics knowledge have changed. Thus, we want to give you more flexibility by using a software as a service, give you the opportunity to use computing resources as you need for your specific case, and bring you the latest numerical methods.

Software as a service

Commonly, software is sold with a perpetual or a fixed-term license, but this implies to renew the license every year and/or buy the update version. Moreover, it is not flexible to work from everywhere in the world and you pay the license even when you do not use. To tackle this, we want to give you the opportunity to use our solutions as a service.


Most flows can be represented from a macroscopic approach; thus, we will use mainly the Lattice Boltzmann method and the Finite Volume method with the Navier-Stokes equations. The both methods have shown good agreements with experiments, but the two methods are mathematically inconsistent. Thus, we will propose a mix of the two methods in a suitable manner to be consistent.


We have already a two-dimensional code to deal with complex geometries and two-immiscible fluid flows with the Lattice Boltzmann method.

We are working to provide an easy user interface and extension to 3D. Then, turbulence models and chemical reactions will be added.


The two-dimensional code will be available by beginning July 2018.