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