Anti-Corrosion Design via Cathodic Protection


Superconducting Magnets


Vibro-acoustic Wave Propagation

PITHIA fills the gap among existing software packages and reinforces the simulation toolbox of engineers and scientists

The Boundary Element Method (BEM) is ideal for providing accurate and reliable solutions to large-scale problems dealing with infinite/semi-infinite domains, such as corrosion resistance (e.g. cathodic protection in vessels, tanks, pipelines, oil platforms, bridges), outdoor & underwater acoustics (e.g. infrasound, noise pollution), soil mechanics (e.g. earthquake waves, foundations, vibration isolation), electro-magnetic radiation and scattering (e.g. magnets, radars, antennas), etc.



Cathodic Protection & Galvanic Corrosion

Under water acoustic analysis & Noise prediction 

Vibroacoustics predictions

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Radar & Antenna scattering

Signature Management

Cathodic Protection & Galvanic Corrosion

Oil & Gas / Energy

Cathodic Protection

Soil wave propagation

Ground vibrations and vibration isolation simulations

Acoustic radiation and scattering solutions. Under water acoustic analysis & Noise prediction


Crack propagation

Cathodic Protection of Metallic structures

Ground vibrations and vibration isolation simulations


Accelerator Magnets

Generators for wind turbines



Magnetic Shielding

Particle size analysis

MRI for Healthcare

Tumour treatment accelerator magnets

Corrosion-Cathodic Protection (CP)

• Add-on module to SIEMENS Simcenter 3D
• Sacrificial Anode CP (SACP)
• Impressed Current CP (ICCP)
• Extensive Material Library
• Sacrificial anodes consumption over time
• Coatings deterioration over time
• Optimal anode location
• Top-class Accelerated BEM solver
• Best-in-class modeling environment (SIEMENS Simcenter 3D)

Electromagnetics (EM)

• Low –frequency EM
• FEM/BEM linear & non-linear
• Meshless Fragile Points Method (FPM)
• Field Harmonics
• Lorentz Forces
• Top-class Sparse-Hierarchical Accelerated
FEM/BEM solver
• Vector & Scalar Potential

Fluid Structure Interaction (FSI)

• Soil structure interaction analysis
• Ground vibrations and vibration isolation simulations
• Elastic wave propagation and scattering solutions
• Acoustic radiation and scattering solutions
• Under-water acoustic analysis
• Vibroacoustics predictions
• Stress analysis in elastic structures

“We are pleased that FEAC Engineering has joined the Siemens Solution Partner Program as a Software and Technology Partner for Simcenter 3D software. FEAC’s PITHIA-CP is a world leading Boundary Element solution for cathodic protection, which can provide our customers complimentary solutions that add value to their software investment. Through this partnership, engineers dealing with Cathodic Protection can now enjoy a modern, CAD-centric, highly efficient, multi-discipline modeling environment”

Koen De Langhe
Director Product Management
Siemens Digital Industries Software

“PITHIA drives innovation in Digital Twins and provides unprecedented capabilities compared to the competition.”

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Why BEM (Boundary Element Method)?

The dominant competing solution is the Finite Element Method (FEM), which generally is very well implemented but has certain limitations in problems dealing with infinite/semi-infinite domains. The method has significantly higher computational requirements, making it unsuitable for e.g. acoustic, vibration wave propagation in soil and electromagnetic problems. PITHIA is based on the Boundary Element Method (BEM), the main advantage of which is the reduction of the dimensionality of the problem. This means that only the boundaries of the problem is required to be discretized in contrast with the FEM where the volume of the e.g. sea, soil or water must be discretized. Thus, the model preparation in PITHIA is significant simpler. Additionally, it well-known that the Boundary Element method offer unprecedented accuracy compared to the Finite Element Method.


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