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Current Product Versions

Date: 11/12/2019

Numerics products are continuously improved and developed further. The current versions are:

Further information on the latest versions can be found here.

If you are interested in an update or upgrade of your NUMERICS product, please contact us.




Update for SPEED

Date: 11/12/2019

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A bug was found in version 3.2.4 of the software SPEED. This bug only affects the 2D FE-solver of version 3.2.4. All earlier versions are not affected.

For more detailed information please refer to the Release Notes.





Update for SPEED

Date: 10/01/2019

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The new version 3.2.4 of the software SPEED mainly facilitates the editing of 2D FE models. A multiple selection now allows to process or to delete multiple elements simultaneously. Also for the editing of nodes enhanced features have been added.

Temperature calculation has been further improved and minor bugs in the previous version have been removed.

Details on the current version 3.2.4 can be found here and in the Release Notes.





Upgrade for SPLIT-X available

Date: 07/01/2019

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The announced upgrade for the fragmentation warhead expert system SPLIT-X is now available. For example, the new version 5.4.1 allows to model complex target geometries in arena tests. Hence, besides (simple) witness plates, now also a multitude of further hollow or solid structures (e.g. cylinder, torus, hexahedron, etc.) can be simulated in arena tests.

Besides several improvements of the analysis and output features (e.g. fragment mass distributions as histograms), it is now possible to determine and to visualize all fragment trajectories till they hit the ground (e.g. for the determination of the hazardous or effective area).

Details on the current version 5.4.1 can be found here and in the Release Notes.





NUMERICS is Corporate Member of the International Ballistics Society

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Already since 2013, NUMERICS is a Corporate Member of the International Ballistics Society (IBS). By this, NUMERICS supports the efforts of the IBS to promote the science of ballistics internationally.

The IBS offers technical interchage via the International Symposium on Ballistics and provides professional development for its members by providing opportunities for publication, short courses, student programs, and other activities to promote career development.

If you want to find out more on the work of the International Ballistics Society, visit the IBS website under www.ballistics.org.