Let’s have a head start on the next Formula Student Germany using Simcenter tools

Last week,  the first week of August, the Formula Student Germany took place at the famous racing circuit Hockenheimring. The concept of the competition is simple: students build, as a team, a single-seat formula racecar with which they can compete against teams from all over the world.

FSG_2019_edition.pngTo have a chance to be selected to compete and stand atop the podium, the teams have to equip themselves with professional software like they would if they work in the industry for all aspects of the competition. Indeed, it is not won solely by the team with the fastest car, but rather by the team with the best overall package of engineering design, performance, costing as well as sales planning and the business case itself.

Using simulation to predict and evaluate the car performance before the prototype is built, is crucial to avoid losing time in the car conception. The 2019 edition is now over and winners in each category have been crowned, nevertheless, the teams can now start again the competition one year ahead of the 2020 edition.

Sponsored teams_Siemens_PLM.PNGSponsored teamsTo support the teams during their first steps, Siemens PLM Software – sponsor of that event since already several years – organizes a boot camp for its Formula Student Germany teams. Various classroom training are scheduled in our training center in Stuttgart as well as in Nuremberg (courses provided in German language only).

These training will give the students a head start with our Simcenter tools (Simcenter Amesim, Simcenter 3D, Simcenter Prescan and Simcenter STAR-CCM+). On top, we will provide training for Teamcenter Product Costing as well as VeSys and PADS from Mentor Graphics. More than 100 students will have the opportunity to learn how to gain advantage of Simcenter and other Siemens software products and to network with other students.

To know more find the planning and details to register to the training read the flyer in the attachment (German language).


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