About
MRADSIM®

Developed by IRADETS and MAPRAD in collaboration with INFN scientists. MRADSIM® is a software for advanced radiation analysis and shielding optimization in the space industry.

It continues to be developed in line with the intense demands of many space agencies and subsystem manufacturers around the world.

This software allows users to speed up their space-related studies thanks to the CAD geometry import module, enabling the analysis of components, subsystems, or satellite 3D models.

MRADSIM® has high precision capabilities for space radiation analysis with the reverse Monte Carlo based calculation method, without the need of enormous hardware resources.

Radiation adverse effects can damage important electronic devices in space.

Using data from many space-based studies in the scientific world, unpredicted issues can be discovered in advance by simulating the harsh space environment.

Why radiation analysis?

MRADSIM Capabilities

MRADSIM Space supports the use of the widely used STEP file format for 3D solid model. It provides generic support by reading STEP format files. 

MRADSIM Space contains all the capabilities of the MRADSIM Converter software.

MRADSIM Space, Reverse Monte Carlo based includes dose calculation, total energy deposition, LET analysis, Path Length analysis, Charging, 3D dose mapping, fluence etc.

MRADSIM Capabilities

MRADSIM Converter supports the use of the widely used STEP file format for 3D solid model. It provides generic support by reading STEP format files. 

You can convert your 3D models to GDML format quickly and save them. Working with GDML format files is now easy.

MRADSIM Converter already presents a database with the fundamental materials. This can be extended by quickly adding new materials.

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Support

MRADSIM Converter is compatible with Debian-based Linux operating systems. Windows 10 supportable version is going to be released soon.

Tested on Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04 and Linux Mint 20 platforms.

Latest version: MRADSIM Converter v0.4.4 LTS – Release date:  6 July 2021.

 

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