The best way to choose the correct license types and databases for your company or institution is to consult with us. We help you to decide for the best MatCalc options satisfying your requirements request for quotation. A summary of the factors to find out suitable license for you as a user is given below.
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For both, MatCalc 6 Basic and MatCalc 6 Pro, flexible license types are available which depends on number of users too
Persistent licenses must interact with our main license activation server at least once to be activated for a particular computer. A Single-User-License can only be used by one user on a given computer, while a Multi-User-License can be used by multiple users concurrently.
Use cases examples / Single User - Multi User
Use case Single-User-Single-Node licenses
A single employee in a company uses MatCalc for thermokinetics simulation. He/she always uses the same computer. A Single-User-Single-Node license would be the appropriate license for this user. The license is copied to the user's computer and then activated using MatCalc. Afterwards the license can be used by the employee without further communication with the activation server.
Two employees use MatCalc on their own computers and a network connection is not available. Two Single-User-Single-Node licenses would be appropriate in this situation.
Use case Multi-User-Single-Node licenses
A company installs MatCalc on a server and then uses VNC or a similar remote access tool to allow employees to connect to the server and do their MatCalc calculations on this computer. They estimate that no more than 4 employees will use MatCalc at the same time. A Multi-User-Single-Node license for 4 Users can be used. This license has to be activated once at the MCEng activation server and can be used by up to 4 users on the same computer at the same time. If a user no longer needs MatCalc and closes it on the computer, the license use is deregistered and a different user can work with MatCalc and register a license.
Transient or network licenses require the installation of a local server to manage the regular activations and deactivations of the licenses. Valid subnetwork addresses and maximum number of concurrent users characterize the licenses. Within the given subnetwork, any computer that has MatCalc installed and is able to connect to the local server for license validation can use MatCalc in full mode. Although transient licenses will be validated periodically, this happens automatically and has no consequence on MatCalc users in the subnetwork.
Use case transient / network licenses
A company has 100 employees that are to use MatCalc on their own computers and laptops. The simplest solution is to use a Network license that is bound to the company’s internal network. Network license is valid for as many users as are expected to work concurrently. The company has to install a local server, network license has to be copied on the local server and be pre-activated by MCEng. Users can now start MatCalc, enter the local license server retrieve an activated network license that allows them to use MatCalc. The license will automatically remain active until the user either relinquishes the license or turns off MatCalc. Afterwards, the license will be available again at the network server.
MatCalc Engineering offers professional CALPHAD-type thermodynamic databases for steel, aluminum and nickel-base alloys suitable to use with MatCalc software.
MatCalc Engineering offers professional CALPHAD-type thermodynamic databases for steel, aluminum and nickel-base alloys. They have been developed after critical assessment of all relevant experimental and theoretical information, followed by optimization, and will be continuously expanding with proven industry validated properties.