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T&M ITASCA PFC Suite v6.00.13 (x64)

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PFC (Particle Flow Code) is a general purpose, distinct-element modeling (DEM) framework that is available as two- and three-dimensional programs (PFC2D and PFC3D, respectively). PFC Suite includes both PFC2D and PFC3D.

PFC models synthetic materials composed of an assembly of variably-sized rigid particles that interact at contacts to represent both granular and solid materials. PFC models simulate the independent movement (translation and rotation) and interaction of many rigid particles that may interact at contacts based on an internal force and moment. Particle shapes can include disks in 2D, or spheres in 3D, rigidly connected "clumps" of disks in 2D, or spheres in 3D, and convex polygons in 2D or polyhedra in 3D. Contact mechanics obey particle-interaction laws that update internal forces and moments. PFC includes twelve built-in contact models with the facility to add custom C++ User-Defined Contact Models (UDMs).
PFC offers many features to help you with your work by simplifying the construction, solution and analysis of a particle simulation. PFC is designed to be general in nature and provides you with the flexibility to simulate any mechanical system that can be represented by an assembly of particles.

HIGHLIGHTS:
-Powerful calculation engine for accurate and flexible simulation
-Powerful scripting languages (FISH and Python) are built-in, providing model customization, monitoring, automation, and parametrization as well as access to advanced Python libraries (updated to Python 3) for graphics, mathematics, and graphical user interface manipulation
-Advanced and customizable graphical user interface.
-Twelve built-in contact models for both granular assemblies and intact and jointed materials
-C++ Plug-in for custom FISH intrinsic functions and new contact models
-Thermal solution analysis
-Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD) commands and functions to connect PFC to third-party CFD software.
-Automatically creates clumped particle templates from DXF or STL surface files
-No annual maintenance fees or CPU limits
-Material-Modeling Support environment for calibrating and testing (compression, diametral-compression, and direct-tension tests) models (linear, bonded, flat-jointed, and smooth-jointed)
-Pavement-Design Package environment for modeling unsaturated granular materials containing geogrids
-Integrated online documentation and supplied example projects
-Proven with over 24 years of use across a wide variety of applications by Itasca consultants, industry, universities, and government agencies worldwide

NEW in PFC 6.0:
-Coupling with FLAC3D 6.0, permitting Finite Volume Difference zones and structural elements to interact with PFC model components*
-Rigid, convex polygonal blocks in 2D or polyhedral blocks in 3D which may be used in granular flow or bonded particle simulations

System Requirements:
-Operating System: Windows 10 Pro (with the latest service packs installed)*
-Hard Disk: 2 TB, 7200 rpm or better
-Processor: Intel Core i7 CPU (3 GHz) or better
-Memory (RAM): 16 Gbytes or better (large models may require more memory)
-Video Card: HD graphics card, 1024 x 768 pixels, 32-bit color palette or better, OpenGL 3.1 or higher
-Ports: 1 USB port is required for the security key

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