What’s New in Simcenter Mechanical 2306
The latest releases have updates across all of the products, enabling users to visualize results more easily and more collaboratively, Siemens reports.
June 27, 2023
Products across the Simcenter Mechanical range from Siemens are growing. The latest releases have updates across all of the products, enabling users to visualize results more easily and more collaboratively, Siemens reports. Enhancements in current releases help drive engineering innovation while continuing to focus on four key pillars:
- Go Faster
- Model the Complexity
- Explore the Possibilities
- Stay Integrated
The following enhancements are some of the highlights in this release that help users model and simulate faster:
Electromagnetics: Reduce Workload
With the new patterning tool, users can eliminate the repetition of tasks when setting up coil and magnet designs. This saves time, especially when multiple coil definitions exist per slot, such as those in hairpins, the company reports.
Structures: Flutter, static, or dynamic analysis
Integrated parametric workflow is available for aerodynamic and structural models, and for the whole aeroelastic analysis setup. Start with embedded Simcenter 3D CAD to make your parametric geometry, create structural and aerodynamic meshes that auto update with design changes. Then use the new selection recipe to select elements and define splines that bond both models, and set up your analysis.
Thermal Multiphysics: Parallelization of solver
Get results faster and solve higher fidelity models for better accuracy, according to Siemens.
Additive Manufacturing: Export compensated geometry
New robust and easy-to-use meshing and compensation workflow makes process simulation and compensation available to additive manufacturing engineers, Siemens notes.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.