Infographic: increase energy business innovation using simulation

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The energy industry faces supply disruptions, dramatic market swings and tight profit margins, all while under pressure to reduce its emissions. To thrive in today’s fast-changing and complex environment, energy businesses must embrace innovation.

Here’s the good news: whether you’re in wind power, nuclear or oil and gas, simulation helps your business stand out! Download our infographic to learn how multiphysics simulation software for energy companies gives engineers powerful insights that accelerate product innovation while lowering costs.

Develop next-generation energy assets in less time

Using our cloud-ready simulation software across the product and system lifecycle, engineering teams are empowered to design better, develop smarter and decarbonize faster. By connecting your simulation models to your physical assets, your business gains a more comprehensive digital twin, leading to improved development processes, more effective modeling and enhanced prototyping of innovative new plant and system designs. Learn how to accelerate next-generation energy asset development by downloading the infographic.

Predict and address complex fluid dynamics problems

Within our integrated multiphysics computational fluid dynamics (CFD) environment, engineers can predict and address the most complex fluid dynamics problems and turn the insights into product innovation. The benefits are widespread, with over 70% of surveyed organizations using simulation-driven design reported meeting product quality, cost and design targets. Whether you want to decarbonize the energy supply chain or make data-driven business decisions, simulation helps your business solve the toughest engineering challenges while reducing costs.

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This article first appeared on the Siemens Digital Industries Software blog at https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/energy-utilities/2022/05/31/infographic-increase-energy-business-innovation-using-simulation/