SIMULIA Simulation Portfolio
SIMULIA offers an advanced simulation product portfolio with industry-leading technology in powerful, user-friendly environments. SIMULIA’s technology range covers simulation disciplines such as structural mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, multibody dynamics and electromagnetic field simulation for a true multiphysics simulation approach. The SIMULIA technology portfolio also includes tools for process integration, system design and optimization. This simulation technology portfolio is accessible to users in their working environment, on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, SOLIDWORKS, CATIA or stand alone.
The 3DEXPERIENCE platform supports simulation users, bringing together all the data and tools for the project into a single source of truth allowing engineers to design and test using a virtual twin. The 3DEXPERIENCE integrates tools from across Dassault Systèmes different brands and breaks down the silos between design, simulation and other departments
SIMULIA Simulation Technologies:
Structure Simulation Software
Finite element analysis (FEA) and other structural mechanics solutions to simulate how products and assemblies behave under real-world loading, temperature conditions.
Electromagnetic Simulation Software
Simulation of electromagnetic fields covering the whole spectrum from statics to optical frequencies, for devices such as antennas, components, medical devices and electronics.
Fluid Dynamics Simulation Software
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) allows users to engineer products and tackle problems in areas such as aerodynamics, noise, lubrication and plastic injection molding.
Multibody Dynamics Simulation
Multibody Dynamics (MBD) simulation software allows engineers to study and investigate the kinematic and dynamic motion of mechanical and mechatronic systems.
Automation and Optimization
Automation technology helps to establish simulation process flows to reduce error and increase efficiency as well as methods that automatically explore the design space to find optimal solutions.
Efficiently and accurately simulating noise and vibration across the entire audible frequency range is crucial to meeting customer expectations and complying with regulations.