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.
A New Approach for Simulating Laminar Separation in PowerFLOW
The transition between laminar and turbulent flow is crucial to understanding fluid behavior in many scenarios, such as eVTOL propellers and wind turbine blades. Formerly, this transition was challenging to simulate accurately. An extension to the PowerFLOW Very Large Eddy Simulation (VLES) method provides easier and more accurate simulation of laminar flow separation and reattachment. This allows both aerodynamic and aeroacoustic simulations for applications in rapidly growing markets including urban air mobility and wind energy.
Your Turn! Interactive Online Experience: Building Thermal Comfort
Welcome to our new series, “Your Turn!,” where you can try out different simulation experiences. The first experience uses PowerFLOW to help improve energy consumption in buildings. Don’t forget to try out the experience for yourself!
My Simulation Story: Ye Bin
In this blog series, we hear directly from individual SIMULIA Champions about their own personal simulation story. This post from Ye Bin of GAC Research Institute is a continuation in the series, where he talks about how his love of toy cars influenced his decision to become an automotive engineer. Ye also tells us how proud he is to be a SIMULIA Champion because of how simulation helps him get out of his comfort zone.
A New Approach to Speed Up EV Development by Unifying Modeling and Simulation
In this blog post, we will talk about how vehicle development can be sped up by integrating CAD (Computer Aided Design) and CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) on the Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE® platform.
Mitigating Aircraft Noise Through Simulation
SIMULIA is excited to work with industry leaders and academics as they leverage simulation capabilities to accelerate innovation and drive design excellence. Today we are proud to introduce Sheryl Grace, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Boston University, to talk about how she is using simulation to develop design tools that can tackle the challenge of turbofan engine noise.
Why Does the Rail Industry Use SIMULIA PowerFLOW Fluid Simulation?
Train aerodynamics has a significant impact on energy efficiency and fuel consumption. Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation allows engineers to design trains to minimize air resistance, and to analyze aerodynamics long before wind tunnel testing.
Optimizing Gearbox Efficiency with Lubrication Simulation
Dassault Systèmes offers powerful modeling and simulation tools integrated in a unified experience (MODSIM) to help designers tackle the challenge of increasing demand for industrial gear units with higher efficiency, lower noise and longer life.