Simulation Democratization Blog
Simulation Democratization deals with the question:
How can more companies and individuals be empowered to benefit from simulation technology?
In our blog we show you how to unleash the potential of simulation in your product development. We provide you with free articles that will make it easier for you to get started successfully with the simulation. In addition, we share our extensive simulation know-how with you and inform you about the unbeatable advantages of open source simulation software. Our blog is therefore one of our most important contributions to simulation democratization.
OpenSource FEM – Get started quickly and safely and stay one step ahead of the competition
Why should you bother with FEM freeware? Many companies and freelancers currently want to use digital twins to simulate the mechanical behavior of products or manufacturing processes before the first real prototypes are produced. By using digital twins or simulation,...
Numerical modal analysis – Christmas simulation 2021
Natural frequencies and modes from the gingerbread man Pfeffi For this year's Christmas simulation, we carried out a numerical modal analysis with the FEM freeware Salome Meca. Today I would like to introduce you to Pfeffi . Pfeffi is a gingerbread man, is approx. 400...
Digital twin and virtual prototype in Industry 4.0 – simulation brings them to life
Industry 4.0 is on everyone's lips and is discussed in countless specialist publications. That is good, because Industry 4.0 stimulates thinking about the processes in your own product creation process. Terms such as digital twin, virtual prototype and simulation are...
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