Here is the story of how digitalization with Simcenter Amesim helped Santa Claus to succeed on time. Many digital twins were used at every step of the process for the global supply chain, from taking the orders from the children worldwide, up to the final delivery in each chimney flue.
The boundaries between design and the product life after delivery are disappearing. Companies must embrace the digital twin concept to remain competitive, and embrace leading-edge simulation and testing tools that exploit the digital twin.
As a multiphysics Computational Fluid Dynamics CFD software tool, Simcenter STAR-CCM+ offers exactly that solution to allow engineers to run high-fidelity aeroacoustic simulations, fast and yet accurately.
This series of posts looks at the thermo-mechanical performance engineering needed to ensure systems and components remain safe and achieve the best performance, even under high stresses and temperatures. These posts also explore how to ensure the design and development process is as seamless, collaborative and efficient as possible to reduce error, cost and development time.
Welcome to the future of engineering. Let us show you how Siemens Simcenter executable digital twins (xDTs) do what we thought impossible. This short video shows smart virtual sensors, a type of xDT, created with the help of the Simcenter portfolio. These sensors let you create models that can update themselves as you use them (often in real-time) to predict previously not measurable quantities.
In his post, author Boris Marovic writes about the leading role of simulation in the Ingenuity 21 space program.
One of the software tools used to design the weather station on the Perseverance rover was Simcenter FLOEFD.
Learn how design engineers using CATIA V5 can efficiently use Simcenter to understand their product's performance earlier.
Using NX Open built into Simcenter 3D, users can use automate simulation processes called templates. These template are made up of all the simulation knowledge that is needed for the complex analysis to ensure that high quality products are created, even by less experienced users
Siemens Digital Industries Software today announced that it has collaborated with NVIDIA to open the door to a new era … Continue reading Siemens Advances Simulation with Simcenter STAR-CCM+ and NVIDIA
Siemens Digital Industries Software today introduced system NVH prediction, a new Simcenter™ software application that can bring the benefits of … Continue reading Siemens adds system NVH prediction capabilities to Simcenter
Siemens Digital Industries Software today announced the adoption of Simcenter™ software as the core simulation technology for the Generation Division of Siemens Energy … Continue reading Siemens Digital Industries Software partners with Siemens Energy to simulate next generation of energy systems
Siemens Digital Industries Software announces Simcenter™ SCADAS™ RS hardware, a brand-new data acquisition system for fast and accurate testing under severe … Continue reading Siemens extends Simcenter portfolio for testing in extreme conditions
Siemens Digital Industries Software announces the availability of the latest release of Simcenter™ STAR-CCM+™ software, which has achieved Amazon Web Services … Continue reading Siemens Extends Simcenter STAR-CCM+ Capabilities, Achieves AWS High Performance Computing Competency Status
Siemens Digital Industries Software announces the availability of the latest release of Simcenter™ Testlab™ software. It is part of the Simcenter™ … Continue reading Siemens enhances Simcenter Testlab to optimize testing productivity and collaboration
Discover how to quickly analyze and optimize the real-world behavior of mechatronic designs and to guarantee that they perform as expected, before committing to expensive physical prototype testing.
Simcenter 3D provides the capability to simplify the Simcenter interface for ease of workflow, which can provide efficient use of Simcenter.
Simcenter FLOEFD empowers designers at Seiko Epsom Corporation to analyze semiconductor designs and improve productivity.
Each year, the McGill Formula Electric (MFE) team designs and produces an electric racing car. Using Simcenter made the task efficient and fast – a huge improvement over Excel grids and the Simulink model much less intuitive. The simulation is now easy to modify to evaluate other designs.
Siemens Energy uses LES simulation to investigate transient combustion effects.
Enrico Lorenz explains his company’s mission to make the car the best place in the world. By accelerating the simulation process with Simcenter™ FLOEFD™, parts are produced more quickly and customers who launch different vehicle models simultaneously are effectively supported.
Simcenter FLOEFD helps solve thermal problems for leading maker of projectors.
Major producer and designer of heat exchangers increases cooling fan efficiency with Siemens solution.