The Simrod electric vehicle drive on a durability test track

5 reasons why superior vehicle durability matters

Vehicle durability is still as important today as it was yesterday. Understand why it still matters in 2020 and learn about the latest technologies that help you meet strength and durability targets….

proper helmet design prevents your head exploding like a melon

Helmet design: would you risk your skull on a helmet designed with simulation alone?

Simulation and test work best in combination, would you trust a helmet designed only with simulation?…

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SimRod experience: structural dynamics engineering

Learn how Simcenter tools allow engineers to evaluate and balance different performance attributes within one platform for Structural Dynamics Engineering….

Can this little turbo-expander help save the planet?

A small British start-up uses cutting-edge engineering in air cycle refrigeration to improve engine efficiency…

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SimRod experience: Sound Quality for (H)EV

Watch and learn how the Sound Quality Engineering solution helps NVH engineers design irresistible brand sounds for hybrid and electrical vehicles….

Acoustic response of an ultrasonic parking sensor

Ray Acoustics Modeling: Exploring Performance in the Full Frequency Range

Ray Acoustics Modeling treats high frequency sound behavior as if it were a ray of light, which makes simulating acoustic performance in large environments feasible….

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What’s the loudest cheer? We used science to find out!

YouTuber Mark Rober uses science to find out the loudest way to cheer for your favorite team. Watch him use Simcenter SCADAS XS to measure the tests here….

Engineers commissioning a machine

Commission your machine before building a prototype

The commissioning task is more complex and riskier than ever before but our current way of commissioning is a 30-year-old legacy. Are there any cure in Industry 4.0? …

About vehicle dynamics and the 3 sides to every story

Vehicle handling defines the perceived quality of a car. But people‚Äôs perceptions differ. What if you can objectively quantify chassis design changes?…