We advocate leveraging simulation in the very earliest stages of conceptual product design, and the Simcenter MBSE tools enable that through intuitive user experience and seamless up/downstream connections to your MBSE toolchain

Simcenter MBSE 2310 – a thing of beauty, and not just on the outside!

Simcenter MBSE 2310 empowers you to shift left with simulation, delivering an intuitive user experience with seamless integration with the rest of your MBSE toolchain. Read about the latest new features and enhancements to power up your MBSE workflows!

Simcenter Culgi 2311

Simcenter Culgi 2311 released! What’s new?

The design of chemical processes to produce novel materials or products comes with a bunch of critical engineering questions:  What…

Smooth vibrations in rotating systems – How to monitor clearance consumption

In this blog post, we present how to easily monitor the clearance consumption at specific locations on the full assembly, checking in real time that the rotor and stator do not enter come into contact.

Identify the peaks of harmonic response during operation of nonlinear rotor dynamics

In this blog, we shown the possibility of computing the harmonic response, Campbell diagrams, the critical speeds at which resonance occurs and the stability of a system that contains geometric nonlinearities coming from their bearings.

Introducing Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling software

Introducing Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling

It’s no exaggeration to say that digital twin models have revolutionized the way we design products and processes today. Analysis…

Battery Mechanical Abuse – The big vibration test for EVs

Simcenter 3D and Simcenter 3D Response Dynamics is ideal for virtual vibration tests. See how you can use it to keep up with the changing landscape of testing requirements.

Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2310

Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2310 Released! What’s new?

With Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 2310, get 3D insights into Li-Ion battery cell performance, export CFD study results for ROM creation, automate sophisticated simulation workflows, assess passenger thermal cabin comfort. Plus, many more features.

Cross-section view of a V6 engine firing up

Beyond engine noise reduction – the future of powertrain NVH

For many years, NVH engineers have focused on solely one objective: engine noise reduction and cancellation techniques. What comes next? How would you define the role of the powertrain NVH engineer in this era? And what is the next challenge that he/she will face?

New dynamic mount stiffness characterization – Why get excited about it?

Discover our colleague’s new toy! A test rig for dynamic mount stiffness characterization, and see how Simcenter Testlab is used for NVH measurement processing.