LicenseVariants

Educational, Academic, Industrial and Trial Licenses

Short URL to this page: https://meshfree.pages.fraunhofer.de/docu/license

When downloading the software MESHFREE, the customer automatically obtains the following

Educational License

Free of charge Academic License (see conditions below) with the following additional characteristics:[1]

  • The number of MESHFREE simulations that can be started is unlimited.
  • Each MESHFREE simulation runs on a maximum of 4 parallel processes.
  • In each MESHFREE simulation, the number of computation points is limited to a maximum of 20000.

The Educational License requires no license file or license server.

For use beyond these limitations, an Industrial License, Academic License or Trial License can be acquired separately.

Academic License

The customer may solely use the software MESHFREE for research or educational purposes.[1] The software MESHFREE may not be used for commercial, industrial or manufacturing purposes, commercial training or other purposes of generating a profit.

The customer acquires one or several floating or user licenses from Fraunhofer or its designated partners at the current prices (information upon request).[2]

Industrial License

The software MESHFREE may be used for commercial, industrial or manufacturing purposes, commercial training or other purposes of generating a profit.[1]

The customer acquires one or several floating or user licenses from Fraunhofer or its designated partners at the current prices (information upon request).[2]

Trial License

The customer receives a 1-month Industrial License free of charge with the following additional characteristics:

  • The number of MESHFREE simulations is unlimited.
  • The number of parallel processes per MESHFREE simulation is unlimited.

The Trial License is controlled via a license file that the customer receives separately from Fraunhofer or its designated partners.

Contact

See https://www.meshfree.eu/en/contact.html


[1]: Simulations in the field of use "airbag deployment simulations" are excluded.

[2]: Floating Licenses are controlled via a license server, user licenses are controlled via a license file with user name. With A floating license, SEVERAL users can run one simulation (at a time). With a user license, one (named) user can run an unlimited number of simulations (at the same time).