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Vehicle thermal management CFD

Effective thermal management CFD – the key to building products that last

A quick poll about your first car: Our 11-year-old car failed in the last checkup…

Using short fiber reinforced composite materials? Streamline structural simulation modeling

Short fiber materials are challenging to simulate. Simcenter 3D can help you automate the complex task simulating an injection molded SFRC component….

Effective blade cooling with Simcenter 3D 2021.2

The Key to Easier Thermal Assessment of Engine & Gas Turbine Blades

Building a digital twin of a gas turbine is a complex endeavor that traditionally takes months to accomplish. There are many components, physical factors, and interrelationships to consider. …

teaching testing basics educational world

The absolute relevance of teaching testing basics in the world of simulation

We can’t let the next generation forget about the importance of testing.. learn more…

Heat transfer is important for electronics

Is it getting hot in here? Understanding heat transfer

Heat transfer is a complicated subject. Sure, we all learn the basics of conduction, radiation, and convection when we study physics, but there’s so much more to it than that. …

CFD speed-up can be achieved by smart meshing technologies like recycling

4 ways to CFD speed-up: don’t calculate hard-calculate smart!

As you might now, with cloud technology, we will run Digital Twins on a Power-on-Demand…

HIRF and IEL: new capabilities added to Simcenter 3D Electromagnetics

HIRF and IEL Qualification with Digital Twins

Address the challenges of aircraft hardening for HIRF and certification with highly accurate simulations from Simcenter 3D Electromagnetics…

road load data acquisition on a proving ground

How to acquire realistic road load data

Learn how to use Road Load Data Acquisition (RLDA) for durability testing, a method for measuring precise vehicle response. Find here a free webinar on RLDA….

Why a vehicle sound simulator can help you define what should come after “vroom”

From VROOM … to Uh … Like anyone, I regularly get the question in private…