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!…

mesh body in Simcenter Femap

Producing a high-quality 3D mesh in less time

Learn how to use the Automesh Bodies command in Simcenter Femap 2021.2 to produce a high-quality mesh quickly, without traditional CAD geometry prep….

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….

Windmill FEA simulation in Femap 2021

Introducing Simcenter Femap 2021: The next evolution in our high-performance FEA simulation tool

The next evolution in Simcenter Femap is here! In case you missed it, we announced the launch of Simcenter Femap 2021 earlier today with a YouTube live premier. During this live event, we unveiled the many exciting new features and enhancements included in the latest release of our high-performance FEA simulation tool….

Machine Frame Digital Simulation: Crafting an Efficient FEA Workflow (Part 1)

Discover how advanced digital engineering shop Haag Enterprises crafts efficient FEA workflows with Simcenter Femap and Solid Edge….

Simcenter at Realize LIVE

80+ on-demand sessions: customers and industry experts, discussing engineering challenges and solutions at our Simulation & Test Conference….

Solve engineering puzzles with Simcenter

The best way to solve engineering puzzles

Use Simcenter portfolio of the best predictive simulation and test tools to solve difficult engineering puzzles. Watch our brand new video!…

Elite Japanese contractor, Kajima Corporation, strives to innovate and improve infrastructure

Kajima Corporation (Kajima) was founded in 1840 and is one of Japan’s foremost super general…

Simulation

Will your electronics survive an earthquake?

It’s a valid question. What if you could effectively verify the integrity of electronic assemblies…