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A Revolution in Simulation!

The Rev-Sim.org website provides professional resources and a collaborative community to help increase the value of engineering simulation (CAE) investments through the Democratization of Simulation. By the process of “democratization” CAE experts can put the power of simulation safely and robustly into the hands of those who are not experts in using simulation software, including designers, new engineers and even those in technical sales and support.

The Rev-Sim portal provides access to the latest success stories, news, articles, whitepapers, blogs, presentations, videos, webinars, best practices and reference materials to help democratize simulation in your organization. Ask questions and participate in discussions with your peers and with the expert Topic Moderators on the site.

You’ll also have one-stop access to simulation specialists, industry organizations, special interest discussion groups, and industry media, along with software and consulting service providers to accelerate the return on your simulation investments through democratization.

Join the Revolution in Simulation here to explore, educate, innovate, and collaborate with others who are advancing the power, reach, and reliability of engineering simulation!

  • Success Stories

    What good is a revolution if it doesn’t result in change? See how companies are achieving measurable improvements in time savings, simulation data…

  • Rev-Sim Webinar Series:
    Democratizing Simulation

    Can Non-Experts Safely Utilize Advanced Modeling and Workflows? The presenters highlight two industry case studies to demonstrate democratization at work.
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  • Your Turn to Contribute!

    Rev-Sim.Org is a collaboration driven by simulation experts, non-experts and users like you!  Send us your Democratizing Simulation content and we’ll review and add it to the site if its a good fit.

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  • Featured Blogger

    Jamie Gooch is editorial director of Digital Engineering. He is responsible for fulfilling DE‘s mission to guide its audience to technologies that optimize the product design and development process.

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  • Rev-Sim Coffee Break: Part 7

    CFD Modeling of ABB Transformers

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    Goal: Design dry-type transformers to reduce material costs while satisfying dielectric and thermal performance.

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  • Rev-Sim Coffee Break Web Series: Part 9

    Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. HPC (High Performance Computing) Part 9: Radial Fan CFD Simulation

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    UberCloud’s Wolfgang Gentzsch presents a case study detailing High Performance Computing in support of CFD Radial Fan Simulation.

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  • Glanzner Dynamics Reduced Their Need for Physical Prototyping by 90%

    Glanzner Dynamics is a small design company based in Einhausen, Germany. They are improving HVAC duct dystem through cloud-based simulation from SimScale.

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    Ductwork plays a crucial role when it comes to controlling the delivery and removal of air in both residential and industrial buildings. In the past, simplified analytical models were used to predict the flow profile of a complete duct system. In contrast, nowadays fluid flow simulation (CFD) technology delivers three-dimensional insights into the whole flow field and takes into account all physical effects, as well as the full geometry of the object.

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  • Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. Part 1: Introduction

    Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series.  HPC (High Performance Computing) Part 1: Series Introduction

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    An overview of the new RevSim (RevolutioninSimulation.com) virtual coffee break series of short videos that will each highlight an example industrial case study illustrating the accessibility, availability, and capabilities (e.g. democratization) of HPC services and resources for researchers and engineers.

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  • CAE Software Reinvented for the Cloud

    Even for large or complex designs, the access to up to 96 cores and real-time simulation allows customers to get their results faster than was ever possible before with any traditional simulation tools.

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    Companies of all sizes view cloud technologies as an opportunity to conduct their operations in a more efficient and cost-effective way, which is especially important within today’s design environments where the demand for faster development and better results at lower cost is increasing.
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  • Agile Engineering Processes: The Business Impact of Simulation Democratization

    Presentation from Matteo Nicolich, Marco Turchetto (ESTECO SpA) and Cristiano Persi, Andrea Santoro (Ergolines Lab Srl)

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    Model sharing between domain experts and model experts allows process automation expert to integrate the model without sharing the complete model: permissions

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  • Is Timeliness a Key to the Democratization of Simulation?

    CIMdata's Keith Meintjes gives his take on the impending Democratizing Simulation wave.

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    Having just arrived in Cleveland, Ohio for CAASE18 (Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering), I was reminded of the recent COFES meeting where I was struck by the similar propositions of two people I greatly respect.

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  • The Democratization of Computer-Aided Engineering

    Advances in computer processing speed and that ability to share very large files have helped make collaboration possible.

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    FEA is being put in the hands of design engineers; and has also become collaborative, letting design teams work with CAE experts earlier in the design and development process in order to collapse the time it takes to arrive at a final product.

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