Why throw away all your hard work? Why not make a digital twin?

One thing that frustrates us most here at Siemens, is when you, the customer, design…

Oil and gas: Raising industry safety standards with simulation

How can you raise the standards for safety in the oil and gas industry? We have some suggestions…

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Long live wind turbines! DTU Wind Energy

Read about DTU Wind (ReliaBlade) and how they help the development of wind turbines with Simcenter engineering insights….

Xcelerator Technology Innovation Awards

Shoutout to Students: Win €1000!

Win €1000 gift card in local currency: nominate your student project(s) in the Young Minds for Innovative Design category by 31st October!…

Xcelerator Technology Innovation Awards for Simcenter Simulation and Test

Announcing the Xcelerator Technology Innovation Awards for Simcenter Simulation and Test

The premier engineering contest for Simcenter, the program celebrates the best use of simulation and test technologies for innovative design….

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[What’s New] Digital Image Correlation (DIC)

Discover Simcenter Testlab Digital Image Correlation (DIC), a 3D full-field measurement solution for materials and structural testing….

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. …

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Combine solution speed and accuracy for axisymmetric rotor dynamics

Discover how you can exploit symmetry to speed up rotor dynamics simulation, while still getting quality results….

Reacting Flows and Combustion Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) with Simcenter STAR-CCM+

The development of innovative reacting flows and combustion systems requires high fidelity computational fluid dynamics software tools. Simcenter STAR-CCM+ offers a wide range of industry-relevant, accurate and fast CFD models for single and multiphase reactions….