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Multiphysics

Streamlined Multiphysics Simulation Workflows

To simulate real-world conditions, analysts must consider the impact of a number of different physics that occur concurrently, such as structural dynamics, heat transfer, fluid flow, nonlinear material behavior and motion. Typically, effects from one physics domain also impact how a product behaves in another physics domain. For example, combined thermal-structural effects are crucial to jet engine engineering. Understanding multiphysics behavior is therefore a major challenge to accurately predicting product performance.

Simcenter 3D streamlines the process of conducting multiphysics simulation. The integrated modeling environment eliminates the need for error-prone external data transfers to link coupled physics analyses together. Easier multiphysics simulation workflows mean you can spend more time simulating your product under conditions that more accurately represent the real world.

Thermal-Stress

Thermal-Structural

Simulate how thermal effects impact a product’s structural integrity through unidirectional or bidirectional coupling.

 

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Fluid-Structural

Fluid-Structural

Easily map fluid pressures obtained from CFD analysis to a structural model to understand the fluid-structure interaction.

 

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Thermal-Fluid

Thermal-Fluid

Couple thermal and flow simulations bidirectionally for thermal management studies in electronic equipment and other applications.

 

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Vibro-Acoustic

Acoustic-Structural

Understand passenger-audible noises, and identify the sources of those noises through NVH analysis.

 

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Motion-Structural

Flexible Bodies

Combine finite element-based models within a motion simulation to understand how the operating environment can affect a part’s structural durability.

 

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