And the award goes to …
Dassault Systèmes and Technical University (TU) Darmstadt award Dr. Melvin Liebsch for outstanding doctoral theses in the field of engineering.
2024 SIMULIA Champions!
SIMULIA is proud to announce our 2024 Champions! SIMULIA Champions are among our most passionate and talented users who work every day to share their expertise on simulation. We are already in the fourth year of the Champions program and are delighted to have more than 100 SIMULIA Champions.
Using the Litz Wire Feature in CST Studio Suite
Litz wires help reduce losses due to skin and proximity effects at higher frequencies up to the MHz range. Litz conductors are made of multiple strands of insulated copper wire woven/twisted together. We are presenting a new CST Studio Suite feature to model and simulate litz wires accurately.
Democratizing Engineering Analysis Through a Universal Material Subroutine
The recent webinar playback for Democratizing Engineering Analysis Through a Universal Material Subroutine with Dr. Ellen Kuhl from Stanford University and Dr. Mathias Peirlinck from Delft University of Technology is now available in the SIMULIA Community. Listen as they share their expertise on democratizing engineering analysis through a universal material subroutine.
Racing Ahead: Navigating Regulations and Complexity in Race Car Design
SIMULIA’s Fred Quemeneur talks about how race car design and development are shaped by a meticulous understanding of regulations, which set the targets for performance and safety, and how simulation can help with design efficiency and time-to-market.
Reinforced Elastomer: Kaliske-Schmidt Example
This post describes a new feature that will become available in R2024x FD01, in early Feb, 2024.
Integrated 1D and 3D Workflow for EV Battery System Development
A fast, accurate and automated calibration workflow to accelerate battery conceptual design, component scaling, and performance trade-off analysis.
Your Turn! Interactive Online Experience: Thermal Management During Fast Charging of an Electric Truck
Welcome to our new series, “Your Turn!,” where you can try out different simulation experiences. This experience shows an electric truck hooked up to a charging station to demonstrate thermal control of the main components in the electric system. Don’t forget to try out the experience for yourself!