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Crevice Modeling

Corrosion Testing Serivce
for Industry
Fracture
Coatings
Localized Corrosion
Corrosion Mitigation
Crevice
Corrosion
Modeling
Miscellaneous
Materials of the Infrastructure
Environmentally Assisted Cracking
Localized Corrosion and Inhibition
Electrodeposition of Magnetic Materials


July 1, 2002: Version 1.0 is available for download here.

July 1, 2002: The Installation and Getting Started manual has been released for version 1.0. In contains much information and is definitely worth the time to read.

The CREVICER computational software is an open-source, cooperative crevice corrosion modeling project. All documentation and programs in this release is copyright 2002 Robert G. Kelly. This software comes with NO WARRANTY. The software product, including all sources code and headers, is free and licensed under the GNU General Public License.

The goal of the CREVICER project is to create a computational modeling/simulator framework for corrosion involving occluded regions (pits, cracks, crevices) for use in research or academic environments, that allows for the development and pursuit of other interesting corrosion simulation ideas, and as an end-user application. We are developing an open-source simulation framework that we hope others will expand upon and improve by anyone interested in contributing.

There are many exciting possibilties for an open, free corrosion simulation. We hope that this project will be interesting and useful to many people in many areas.

 

Fax: 434.982.5799
Email:bonnie@virginia.edu

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