Digital twin simulation software updated

July 26, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
Siemens PLM Software has launched a new version of its Simcenter Amesim simulation software that allows digital twins to be created more easily for vehicle and industrial electrification.
Siemens PLM Software has launched a new version of its Simcenter Amesim simulation software that allows digital twins to be created more easily.

This is made possible by particularly user-friendly operation and simple access to the system simulation. The new version also includes other features for vehicle electrification, shipbuilding, aerospace and control technology as well as a boost to the efficiency of the digital twin simulation software.

Simcenter Amesim software accelerates simulation processes in industries such as the automotive, aerospace and marine industry. The new version accelerates the delivery model, which provides users with access to system optimizations every six months. Through the extension of Modelica support and rapid integration into other Simcenter solutions, users can set up a toolchain throughout the entire development cycle. It is also possible to convert hydraulic models to thermohydraulic models with just a single click.

Highlights of the new version of Simcenter Amesim include vehicle electrification through the import of models from Simcenter Motorsolve and Simcenter Battery Design Studio. Another feature is performance engineering for front load vehicles (vehicles that have a hydraulic loader on the front). The new version offers an improved CAD (Computer Aided Design) import function for fuel systems and post-processing applications for gas turbines. For shipbuilding in particular, the new Simcenter Amesim version has model templates and validated components.

www.plm.automation.siemens.com

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