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New in Solid Edge 2022: Simcenter FLOEFD Add-On Modules

Simcenter FLOEFD™ for Solid Edge® provides design engineers with powerful tools to help digitally validate their designs and build better products in less time. These new FLOEFD add-on modules for electronics, electromagnetics and design exploration give designers even more capabilities, allowing greater insight when validating digital models by frontloading the simulation process. https://solidedge.siemens.com/en/newsletter/ #SolidEdge #SolidEdge2022 #FLOEFD #EngineeredToGrow Learn more about Solid Edge: https://solidedge.siemens.com ►SOLID EDGE FREE TRIAL: https://solidedge.siemens.com/en/try-now ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/solidedge ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/solid-edge Simcenter FLOEFD for Solid Edge delivers the industry’s leading computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis tool for fluid flow and heat transfer. Fully embedded in Solid Edge, FLOEFD has intelligent technology at its core to help make CFD easier, faster, and more accurate. It also enables design engineers to frontload CFD, or move simulation early into the design process, allowing users to identify and fix problems earlier, saving time and money and enhancing productivity by up to 40 times. Solid Edge is a portfolio of affordable, easy to deploy, maintain and use software tools that advance all aspects of the product development process – mechanical and electrical design, simulation, manufacturing, technical documentation, data management and cloud-based collaboration.

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Simcenter Femap 2022.1 — Nastran Updates

Simcenter Femap 2022.1 includes improved support for functionality available in Simcenter Nastran, as well as other Nastran solvers. It’s now possible to instruct Nastran to create an output file, which can be used by other Simcenter™ applications (including Simcenter 3D) from within the Simcenter Femap user interface via the Analysis Set Manager. You can now also set a preference to make this the default behavior. Additionally, a Tension-Only Quadrilateral element is now available in Simcenter Nastran Multi-Step Structural Solution Sequence, SOL 401, which has the ability to convert from a shell element to a shear panel element when certain user-specified criteria have been met. Once the conversion has occurred, the element will continue to act as a shear panel for each Sequentially Dependent subcase following an initial Sequentially Independent subcase. It’s also possible to specify a parameter which controls whether tension-only capabilities should be considered for a particular analysis. Finally, support is added for entries in Simcenter Nastran which offer a streamlined approach to specify control options for the Dynamic Design Analysis Method (DDAM). DDAM is a three-step process which runs a modal analysis, sends needed results and other inputs specified by the user to the NAVSHOCK Fortran application, then creates Summed Modal Results during the final step. #SimcenterFemap #EngineeringMeetsTomorrow #Simulation #FEA #CAE Learn more about Simcenter Femap: https://sie.ag/32emFlV ►SIMCENTER FEMAP FREE TRIAL: https://sie.ag/3nPOMAx ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/simcenterfemap ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/simcenter Today's engineers develop smart products that integrate mechanical functions with electronics and controls, utilizing new materials and manufacturing methods and delivering new designs faster than ever before. To verify product performance, engineers have to use a Digital Twin approach, which enables a more predictive process for systems-driven product development. Leading engineering companies worldwide rely on Simcenter™ Femap™ to simulate performance of products in real-world environments. Simcenter Femap is part of the Simcenter™ portfolio, which uniquely combines system simulation, 3D CAE and test to help predict performance across critical attributes early and throughout the product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulation with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps engineers optimize, design, and deliver innovations with speed and confidence.

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Simcenter Femap 2022.1 — Solution Monitor

Simcenter Femap 2022.1 supports direct access to the Simcenter Nastran Solution Monitor, allowing you to view the results of an analysis and/or review curated output from Simcenter Nastran. This includes information, warning, and error messages recovered directly from Simcenter Nastran while an analysis is running or after upon completion. Solution Monitor is most helpful when used to monitor Simcenter Nastran Multistep Structural and Multistep Nonlinear Kinematic Solutions Sequences, SOL 401 and SOL 402, which are the default for such analyses. The Solution Monitor can also be used for other types of analysis by selecting the appropriate option for Solution Monitor when specifying Executive and Solution Options in the Analysis Set Manager. Solution Monitor provides immense value when using SOL 401 or SOL 402 because it provides vital information, such as the time increment and iterations for each step, convergence criteria, cumulative number of iterations, energy evolution, contact/material status, number of nodes in contact, damaged elements, creep elements, and elements which have experienced plastic deformation. Knowing this information during a multi-step solve can be used to determine if a solution is properly converging and should be allowed to continue, or if it is diverging and various options or model setup choices should be reevaluated. #SimcenterFemap #EngineeringMeetsTomorrow #Simulation #FEA #CAE Learn more about Simcenter Femap: https://sie.ag/32emFlV ►SIMCENTER FEMAP FREE TRIAL: https://sie.ag/3nPOMAx ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/simcenterfemap ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/simcenter Today's engineers develop smart products that integrate mechanical functions with electronics and controls, utilizing new materials and manufacturing methods and delivering new designs faster than ever before. To verify product performance, engineers have to use a Digital Twin approach, which enables a more predictive process for systems-driven product development. Leading engineering companies worldwide rely on Simcenter™ Femap™ to simulate performance of products in real-world environments. Simcenter Femap is part of the Simcenter™ portfolio, which uniquely combines system simulation, 3D CAE and test to help predict performance across critical attributes early and throughout the product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulation with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps engineers optimize, design, and deliver innovations with speed and confidence.

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Simcenter Femap 2022.1 — UX Enhancements

Simcenter Femap 2022.1 includes multiple enhancements to the user interface designed to improve workflows. You can evaluate the rules for any number of selected groups via the context-sensitive menu for Groups in the Model Info pane. This eliminates the need to use the multi-step process when using the Evaluate command from the Group menu. Additional entity selection methods for nodes and elements are now available during standard entity selection. New methods for selection of nodes include on Points of Solid, on Curves of Solid, and on Surfaces of Solid. For elements, new methods include All Nodes on Solid, on Points of Solid, on Curves of Solid and on Surfaces of Solid. These new selection methods have been made available to use as rules on the Group menu for Nodes and Elements, respectively. The Entity Display toolbar has been enhanced to include an icon which can be toggled to select if the toolbar is currently controlling the overall display of the various entity types available on the toolbar or the labels for those entity types. Finally, the location and format of the Help System for Simcenter Femap can now be specified via a Preference with the ability to choose the compiled help from previous versions or presented as HTML pages, either accessed online or locally using the Siemens Help Server application. #SimcenterFemap #EngineeringMeetsTomorrow #Simulation #FEA #CAE Learn more about Simcenter Femap: https://sie.ag/32emFlV ►SIMCENTER FEMAP FREE TRIAL: https://sie.ag/3nPOMAx ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/simcenterfemap ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/simcenter Today's engineers develop smart products that integrate mechanical functions with electronics and controls, utilizing new materials and manufacturing methods and delivering new designs faster than ever before. To verify product performance, engineers have to use a Digital Twin approach, which enables a more predictive process for systems-driven product development. Leading engineering companies worldwide rely on Simcenter™ Femap™ to simulate performance of products in real-world environments. Simcenter Femap is part of the Simcenter™ portfolio, which uniquely combines system simulation, 3D CAE and test to help predict performance across critical attributes early and throughout the product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulation with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps engineers optimize, design, and deliver innovations with speed and confidence.

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Simcenter Femap 2022.1 — Flexible Sliders

Simcenter Femap 2022.1 delivers expanded support for kinematic analysis of mechanical systems with the addition of “Flexible Slider” simulation entities in version 2022.1. Flexible Sliders allow analysts to accurately simulate the deformation of curvilinear tracks as assembly components are displaced along them. This new capability includes several parameters for customization, including different slider types, driver loads, and additional friction options. The available slider types allow different constraints for relative rotation of the nodes sliding along the track. This includes spherical, prismatic, cylindrical, and universal types. For driver loads, Flexible Sliders can be driven with both external load sets, and forces/displacements applied directly to a specified driver node. For friction, available types include options for validating motion (no friction), infinite friction, and displacement or velocity-dependent frictional forces. When defining Flexible Sliders in Simcenter Femap, multiple options are available for specifying their required references. Existing group entities can be assigned to the Flexible Slider to define the nodes to be displaced along the track, or the beam elements making up the track. In the absence of group entities, dynamic selection lists can be used to assign these entities on-the-fly. After creating the Flexible Sliders, they can be selectively exported to a SOL 402 analysis with support for specification of single Flexible Sliders or a union of Flexible Sliders. #SimcenterFemap #EngineeringMeetsTomorrow #FEA Learn more about Simcenter Femap: https://sie.ag/32emFlV ►SIMCENTER FEMAP FREE TRIAL: https://sie.ag/3nPOMAx ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/simcenterfemap ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/simcenter Today's engineers develop smart products that integrate mechanical functions with electronics and controls, utilizing new materials and manufacturing methods and delivering new designs faster than ever before. To verify product performance, engineers have to use a Digital Twin approach, which enables a more predictive process for systems-driven product development. Leading engineering companies worldwide rely on Simcenter™ Femap™ to simulate performance of products in real-world environments. Simcenter Femap is part of the Simcenter™ portfolio, which uniquely combines system simulation, 3D CAE and test to help predict performance across critical attributes early and throughout the product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulation with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps engineers optimize, design, and deliver innovations with speed and confidence.

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Simcenter Femap 2022.1 — Hex-Dominant Mesher

Hex-dominant meshing of solid geometry with little to no simplification or subdivision into smaller and simpler regions has long been desired by the finite element analysis (FEA) community. Simcenter™ Femap™ version 2022.1 introduces this exciting technology to users for the first time. How does it work? The hex-dominant mesher first fills a solid volume with as many hexahedral elements as possible, then fills the remainder of the volume with wedge, pyramid, and tetrahedral elements, as needed. This process creates high-quality elements which can be sent directly to the Simcenter Nastran solver with no additional interaction from the user or manual refinement of the mesh. In addition to being able to mesh single parts, the hex-dominant mesher can work on multiple parts to create a single continuous mesh of the assembly. This new feature includes additional options to control various aspects of mesh sizing, mesh associativity, and whether all elements should be given midside nodes during the meshing process. #SimcenterFemap #EngineeringMeetsTomorrow #FEA Learn more about Simcenter Femap: https://sie.ag/32emFlV ►SIMCENTER FEMAP FREE TRIAL: https://sie.ag/3nPOMAx ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/simcenterfemap ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/simcenter Today's engineers develop smart products that integrate mechanical functions with electronics and controls, utilizing new materials and manufacturing methods and delivering new designs faster than ever before. To verify product performance, engineers have to use a Digital Twin approach, which enables a more predictive process for systems-driven product development. Leading engineering companies worldwide rely on Simcenter™ Femap™ to simulate performance of products in real-world environments. Simcenter Femap is part of the Simcenter™ portfolio, which uniquely combines system simulation, 3D CAE and test to help predict performance across critical attributes early and throughout the product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulation with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps engineers optimize, design, and deliver innovations with speed and confidence.

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Simcenter Femap 2022.1 — Kinematic Joints

Simcenter Femap now provides support for advanced simulation methods, such as flexible body dynamics, using the Simcenter Nastran Multi-Step Nonlinear Kinematic solution, SOL 402. As a first step, kinematic joints have been added as Simulation Entities with the release of Simcenter Femap version 2022.1. Kinematic Joints connect two nodes and allow a certain relationship of relative motion or rotation between the two, depending on what type of joint is established. The types of Kinematic joints include revolute, inline, slider, spherical, cylindrical, and other highly specialized types, which can be used for the analysis of models containing moving parts, such as aerostructures, helicopters, deployable structures in space, gas turbines, and machine tools. The addition of drive loads as a new load type can be used to enforce displacements or rotations on kinematic joints. To accelerate the process of creating kinematic joints, Kinematic Connections have also been added, which are a type of entity unique to Simcenter Femap. Kinematic Connections allow you to establish how a kinematic joint will be connected to geometry or existing mesh of a model and are then expanded to the necessary nodes when a Simcenter Nastran input file is exported. #SimcenterFemap #EngineeringMeetsTomorrow #Simulation #FEA #CAE Learn more about Simcenter Femap: https://sie.ag/32emFlV ►SIMCENTER FEMAP FREE TRIAL: https://sie.ag/3nPOMAx ►JOIN THE COMMUNITY: https://community.sw.siemens.com FOLLOW US: ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/simcenterfemap ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/siemenssoftware ►LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siemenssoftware ►BLOG: https://blogs.sw.siemens.com/simcenter Today's engineers develop smart products that integrate mechanical functions with electronics and controls, utilizing new materials and manufacturing methods and delivering new designs faster than ever before. To verify product performance, engineers have to use a Digital Twin approach, which enables a more predictive process for systems-driven product development. Leading engineering companies worldwide rely on Simcenter™ Femap™ to simulate performance of products in real-world environments. Simcenter Femap is part of the Simcenter™ portfolio, which uniquely combines system simulation, 3D CAE and test to help predict performance across critical attributes early and throughout the product lifecycle. By combining physics-based simulation with insights gained from data analytics, Simcenter helps engineers optimize, design, and deliver innovations with speed and confidence.

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