Particulate media are, other than water, the most widely-manipulated substances on the planet, playing vital roles in the manufacture of the vast majority of modern commodities. As such, the ability to understand, predict and control their behaviours is of paramount importance to numerous diverse industries and scientific communities.
MercuryLab uses state-of-the-art computational techniques to model the behaviour of granular systems, gaining valuable insight into these complex and poorly-understood materials. We are therefore able to precisely recreate industrial systems at a fraction of the cost of building an equivalent physical system.
MercuryLab offers a variety of packages to suit the needs of its clients, including access to cloud computing, individualised training courses in the use of MercuryDPM and C++ coding in general and, if rapid solutions are required, consultancy packages.
So, if you want to learn how to use our software for yourself, or to gain a more general knowledge of the computer simulation of particulate media, we hold regular training courses suitable for all levels of subject knowledge and computing ability.
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