Skip to Content

Simulate and predict advanced material performance

Materials Engineering

Companies are increasingly turning to composites and other advanced materials in order to reduce weight, increase strength, and improve efficiency. However, the time and cost to develop and certify a new material can be prohibitively high, resulting in slower adoption of these novel materials. Additionally, advanced materials often behave in ways that are difficult to predict, resulting in longer time and higher cost to bring new products to market. Simcenter offers multiscale, multiphase material simulation software to help you identify where, when, and why a material may fail at the microstructural level, then links microstructural failure to overall part and system performance. Simcenter also helps engineers optimize their material to avoid failure and reach target performance. Using Simcenter, engineers can bring new materials to market faster, at lower cost, and with more confidence that their design will perform as expected. 

Materials Engineering

Companies are increasingly turning to composites and other advanced materials in order to reduce weight, increase strength, and improve efficiency. However, the time and cost to develop and certify a new material can be prohibitively high, resulting in slower adoption of these novel materials. Additionally, advanced materials often behave in ways that are difficult to predict, resulting in longer time and higher cost to bring new products to market. Simcenter offers multiscale, multiphase material simulation software to help you identify where, when, and why a material may fail at the microstructural level, then links microstructural failure to overall part and system performance. Simcenter also helps engineers optimize their material to avoid failure and reach target performance. Using Simcenter, engineers can bring new materials to market faster, at lower cost, and with more confidence that their design will perform as expected. 

Interested in [[global-preference-center-interest-placeholder]]?

Subscribe to [[global-preference-center-interest-placeholder]] updates

Oops

We're very sorry, but we weren't able to capture your submission. Please try again.

Thanks for signing up! First time subscribing? Be sure to check your email to confirm your subscription.

Field is required A valid email address is required
Field is required Invalid value or too long