This blog describes why hydrogen (H2) combustion engines can support greenhouse gas emissions reduction and how their design is supported by Simcenter Amesim 2304.
CETIM is a research and study center that supports many industries (aerospace, automotive, agriculture, construction, energy, oil & gas, process) in their current and future technological challenges. CETIM aims at improving the competitiveness of the companies that benefit from its services/studies thanks to mechanical engineering, innovation transfer and advanced manufacturing solutions.
A development in the field of computational analysis was the creation of a whole engine model (WEM). Depending on the company, this can mean a rotor dynamics model, or in the case I will speak about here, a thermo-mechanical 2D model that represents the complete gas turbine from the compressor bearing to turbine bearings.
Speeding up CFD simulations through more efficient solver techniques is still the most cost-effective way to go faster.
Simcenter Mechanical tools let you model the complexity of your products, help your development processes go faster, explore more possible design options, and keep your simulation data and processes integrated.
Templates for fatigue analysis and their strength-only counterparts are relatively recent additions to Simcenter 3D. As a result, many engineers are unaware of them or the benefits that they can bring. In order to provide you with a practical example we revisited an old friend, to see how he was using the tools to his advantage.
Simulating on remote machines can be an invaluable tool that can save a huge amount of time, but I know from firsthand experience that it can also be annoying and on occasion feel like a total waste of time. This is especially the case if the tools you are using are buggy or overly complicated.
This post explains how Simcenter Amesim can help you assess the gain in terms of fuel consumption and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by retrofitting Flettner rotors, or rotor sails, to an existing ship.
This series of blogs and interactive assets explores how engineering simulation and test are helping to reduce illness and injury and how digital twins will be used to help us live longer, healthier, happier, and more productive lives.
This recorded webinar introduces Simcenter 3D user interface, simulation process, mesh setup, simulation setup, and post processing.
See how CAD designers at Dr. Schneider Unternehmensgruppe use Simcenter to help make car passengers feel more comfortable.
Software tools like Simcenter have enabled private and public organizations alike. Spacecraft designers have powerful tools to confidently deal with complexity, reduce costs and risks, and deliver excellence and safety. Download the white paper to find out what Space 4.0 holds in store and what you’ll need to compete.
What do combustion engineers and the Beach Boys have in common? They care about “Good Vibrations”.
Electromagnetics (EMAG) and electrical engineers are at home with streamlined EMAG Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) packages, like Simcenter SPEED, Simcenter Motorsolve, and Simcenter MAGNET.
This series of four webinars offers solutions to the challenges of next-gen electromechanical design.
Assessing thermal-mechanical performance takes more than looking at the individual components separately. You must consider whole engine. How do you go about doing that as efficiently as possible? Hint: one engineer working alone to develop a whole engine model won’t cut it. A better approach to accelerating performance engineering is to divide the workload into sub-assemblies and combine models in assembly FEMs.
This post explores how to assess thermo-mechanical performance and behavior in the context of the different missions the final product will undertake.
Leverage easy-to-use apps to predict material properties with the new Simcenter Culgi 2211 release from Siemens. Switch from atomic to coarse-grained molecular representations. … Continue reading Simcenter Culgi 2211 Released
Siemens Digital Industries Software today announced that Daimler Truck has adopted Siemens’ Simcenter™ STAR-CCM+™ software to develop next-generation, CO2-neutral vehicles. … Continue reading Daimler Truck adopts Siemens’ Xcelerator to shape the future of CO₂-neutral transport
Siemens Digital Industries Software has today announced the latest update to Siemens’ Simcenter™ 3D software, part of Siemens’ Xcelerator portfolio … Continue reading Siemens extends mechanical performance prediction leadership with Simcenter 3D 2022.1
Siemens Digital Industries Software announces the release of Simcenter™ Studio software, a web application dedicated to discovering better system architectures, faster. Simcenter … Continue reading Siemens expands Simcenter with AI-driven generative engineering for systems architectures
With over 20 years of experience, Bativac is a leading building mechanics company located in Quebec, Canada. The Bativac team helps their clients make efficient and cost-effective decisions, whether they are undertaking the complete planning of a project or analysing modifications to an existing system. Bativac recently contributed their expertise in ventilation to the Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal (CHUM) project.
Reaction Dynamics (RDX) has been pursuing innovative research into rocket propulsion for 5 years. Having solved the problems inherent to hybrid rocket engines, the company, headed by CEO Bachar Elzein, elected to offer dedicated launches to orbit for small satellites. They promise faster, cheaper, and more reliable access to space.
NX and Simcenter 3D software shorten product development cycles and streamline processes.