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Bringing web-based simulation software into the classroom
The SimScale Academic Enterprise Plan is dedicated to universities, schools, and research institutes to provide administrative tools to easily implement, manage and teach simulation at scale.
The Academic Enterprise Plan is for:
The SimScale Free Academic Plan enables students and educators to get familiarized with the SimScale CAE platform and enhance their simulation knowledge. The Academic Plan includes a one-time three-month access to the SimScale with 2,000 cloud computing core hours and private projects. Note that the LBM solver is not included in the Academic Plan!
The Free Academic Enterprise Plan is for:
No. SimScale is a web-based software runs on Macs, PCs, Linux, and Chromebooks. All you need is an internet connection.
SimScale is free for students, researchers, and educators. We usually recommend going with the Academic Enterprise Plan.
Yes, if you meet the criteria for the Academic Plan, you can apply. You will need to have a registered account with SimScale before applying.
Don’t worry! With the SimScale Free Community Plan you have a access to all of the features of SimScale, you will just not be able to create private projects.
There is no dedicated plan, but educators can apply for the Academic Plan or reach out to us for the Academic Enterprise Plan for both themselves and for their students.
Every user creates his or her own SimScale account. This is true whether the user is a student or teacher.
Yes, but only if the research is of purely academic nature and not for government or commercial use.
For all other questions regarding the SimScale Academic Program please send an email to email@example.com
No. The Academic Plan only comes with the standard CFD & FEM solvers. The Academic Enterprise Plan however can be booked with the LBM solver.
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