Physics Simulation Made Easy

- Developer of Easy to Use Physics Simulation Software

FEATool Multiphysics Simulation Software - MATLAB® FEM Toolbox

Physics and CAE Simulation

Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and physics simulations are increasingly being used in research, development, and engineering for virtual design, testing, and prototyping of components and products. Performing physics simulations allows for significant time and cost savings though design and optimization of products and systems before final production. Moreover, physics simulation software can be used in both research and education to perform virtual experiments and investigate processes that are too dangerous or even impossible to perform in the real world.

Physics Simulation Applications

Some industrial applications of physics simulation for example include

  • structural stresses (buildings, bridges, structures)
  • vehicle aerodynamics (automotive, aircraft, space)
  • fluid mechanics (weather, ocean, and wave phenomena)
  • heat transfer (heat exchangers, brake systems)
  • bio and medical field (chemical transport and reactions)
  • geoengineering (ground water, reservoir, and oil flows)
  • mems (micro electro mechanical systems) and micro fluidic devices
  • electromagnetic systems (antennas, magnets, and acoustics)
  • quantum mechanical phenomena and classic partial differential equations (PDE)
FEATool Multiphysics - Easy to Use Physics Simulation Software

FEATool Multiphysics - Physics Simulation Software

Precise Simulation has since 2013 been developing FEATool Multiphysics, an easy to use cross-platform physics simulation software toolbox. With the FEATool software suite we hope to be able to make continuum physics based computer simulation significantly easier and more enjoyable to learn for students in engineering, physics, and mathematics, and also simpler and more convenient to work with for both teachers, researchers, and industrial engineers. Visit the FEATool Multiphysics webpage ( for more information.

Precise Simulation - Physics Simulation Software Developer

Precise Simulation

With 20 years of experience developing simulation software, Precise Simulation Ltd was founded to narrow and bridge the wide gap between complex and difficult to use expert simulation software and its users. Precise Simulation Ltd has since been dedicated to develop and easy to use simulation software solutions to a wide range of mathematical modeling, multiphysics, and computer simulation needs.

In close collaboration with academic and industrial partners with significant knowledge and decades of simulation and modeling experience Precise Simulation develops and make state of the art simulation software solutions in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) fields such as Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Computational Structural Mechanics (CSM), chemical engineering, heat transfer simulations readily and more easily accessible.

Simulation Software Expertise

Precise Simulation Ltd. features significant expertise in the following software development and physics simulation areas

  • Finite Element Analysis (FEM/FEA)
  • Solution of Partial Differential Equations (PDE)
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Level Set Methods
  • Physics Simulation Software
  • Simulation Software and GUI development
    • MATLAB and GNU Octave
    • Fortran/C
    • High Performance Computing Solutions (HPC)
  • In-house Software Solutions
    • GUI Toolkits
    • CSG/CAD Geometry Engine
    • Multiphase Flows
Precise Simulation - Physics Simulation Software Expertise

Precise Simulation

In addition to developing in-house simulation software products, such as FEATool Multiphysics, and open source simulation codes, such as FEniCS and OpenFOAM, Precise Simulation also offers consulting services such as simulation and project studies, development of customized simulation software solutions and GUIs, and teaching and instruction om mathematical modeling and use of simulation software tools.

Precise Simulation is dedicated to making physics simulation easier and more accessible to everyone, and partnering with mutually beneficial academic and industrial collaboration partners.