Manufacturers and suppliers use Realistic Simulation Solutions from SIMULIA to evaluate design alternatives, collaborate on projects and leverage computing resources for more efficient design analysis.
Mechanisms are prevalent in vehicles and proper subsystem- and system-level analysis of a vehicle requires properly accounting for complex mechanism behavior. Examples include window lifts, door locks, steering and suspension sub-systems, seats, hoods and trunk closures and windshield wiper systems.
Our solutions are used across a variety of automotive applications to capture mechanisms behavior. Customers routinely use our software to analyze suspension systems, powertrain, door handles and locks, seat systems and even convertible roof systems. The integration of mechanisms with a general FEA code allows users to include both linear and nonlinear effects in these analyses, including plasticity and complex elastomer behavior.
Connector elements for representing sophisticated mechanisms and kinematics integrated into an FEA code
Static and dynamic substructures to allow linear responses for low-strain components
Metal plasticity for understanding manufacturing effects, press-fit effects and studying component maximum loading conditions
Rubber material models for representing bushings, stops and rubber mounts
Nonlinear statics and explicit analyses in one analysis package to allow common models and processes across all chassis disciplines
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