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Is it going left, right, or wrong? Smart automatic process and data validation

More data requires automated process In recent years, the amount of data that an NVH engineer gets to process is…

Strength and fatigue analysis in Simcenter 3D 2206

An efficient setup gives you the right answers at your fingertips Strength and fatigue analysis has historically been the domain…

Collaborate effectively on multidisciplinary applications

CFD-FEA coupling in Simcenter – lowering pressure and stress

For engineers to collaborate effectively on multidisciplinary applications, being able to transfer results quickly, easily, and reliably from a Computational…

Growing underwater basil with the help of a Siemens digital twin

It’s World Oceans Day. Underwater Basil, anyone?

Today is World Oceans Day. Why not celebrate with something sustainable from the ocean – like underwater basil. World Oceans…

Processing strain gauges for durability analysis. Tedious, right?

Rely on Simcenter Testlab Process Designer to efficiently process strain gauge rosette signals for fatigue analysis

Getting better heat transfer coefficients for the thermal whole engine model

Getting better heat transfer coefficients for the thermal whole engine model

One of the questions we hear most often about gas turbine engine design is, “How can I correctly and efficiently…

Three business people in the office working together.

New in Simcenter Femap 2022.2: Next-generation cloud collaboration with Xcelerator Share

Instantly, securely, and easily collaborate with colleagues, partners and customers with Siemens’ next-generation, cloudd collaboration solution, Xcelerator Share – now available in Simcenter Femap.

Robot arm modeled in Simcenter Femap

See what’s new in Simcenter Femap 2022

See what’s new in the upcoming release of Simcenter Femap 2022 – Siemens’ market-leading CAE simulation software solution for finite element analysis.

5 easy ways to cut YOUR carbon footprint

To avoid the worst effects of the climate emergency, we will have to reduce our individual emissions to zero in the next 28 or so years. In this blog, I will focus on some of the practical and pragmatic things that I think are relatively easy to achieve.