BEASY is widely used by defence organisations worldwide to predict the performance of cathodic protection systems and to minimise the associated electric and magnetic signatures. BEASY models the electrochemistry on the metal surfaces of the vessel and the electric fields in the sea water surrounding the vessel using the boundary element method.
BEASY Signature management tools have been developed to support the needs of its large customer base which consists of most of the world's navies, maritime defence organisations and their supply chain.
BEASY's Corrosion Software provides corrosion engineers with the tools necessary to predict the performance of proposed corrosion control strategies and investigate corrosion related electric and magnetic fields.
BEASY Corrosion & CP software is the core module of the BEASY Cathodic Protection and Signature modelling tools which simulates the current flow in the electrolyte and the electrode kinetics on the metallic surfaces. The software enables corrosion engineers to quickly develop full 3D virtual prototypes of Cathodic Protection systems to predict the degree of corrosion control provided by the system. Both sacrificial and ICCP systems can be modelled to predict the protection provided to ships and boats and similar structures. In practice most galvanic corrosion problems can be accurately modelled.
BEASY CRM combines with BEASY Corrosion & CP to provide a comprehensive solution for engineers wishing to predict and manage corrosion related electric and magnetic fields. Corrosion related electric (UEP) and magnetic fields (CRM) have an important role in the design of naval vessels and their associated signatures. BEASY CRM can predict the electric fields flowing through the seawater surrounding a ship and the associated magnetic fields.
BEASY GID integrates with the BEASY Corrosion & CP and CRM simulation tools to solve challenging engineering problems and create better corrosion control solutions. BEASY GID is a CAD based tool which provides the user with powerful tools to create models and visualise the results from simulations.
Simulates the transient dynamic response of an ICCP system under the normal operating conditions. It can be used to assess the stability of multi zone ICCP systems and the impact on the performance of the location of reference electrodes and anodes.
Automates the task of designing ICCP systems to meet target protection levels. It can also be used in conjunction with the BEASY CRM software to optimise ICCP system designs to minimise electric and magnetic signatures.
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