Accelerate system design and evaluation with simulation architectures
Today’s and tomorrow’s sophisticated goods frequently entail numerous design teams working in tandem with a variety of modelling and simulation procedures. It is vital to be able to test total system performance as soon as feasible, but how is this achievable when components and sub-systems are defined by distinct modelling approaches, dependencies, and simulation tools?
Simcenter System Architect allows for the simple co-simulation of numerous heterogeneous models, allowing for cooperation across domain borders and silos. By updating, swapping, and reusing simulation elements as the design changes, product performance may be continually monitored throughout the design cycle.
A very flexible co-simulation technique makes it easy to evaluate system designs. Understanding many key performance indicators requires merging various simulation assets into a single architecture, which may be constructed from scratch or imported from a variety of sources such as Simcenter Amesim, Mathworks Simulink, Catia Magic, and standards such as Modelica SSP. Simulators of any technique or quality may be quickly plugged in, thanks to a strong and industry-leading co-simulation backend.
System design may be sped up by combining systems engineering with simulation. Maintain consistency and traceability throughout the product lifecycle by directly tying abstract simulation assets into the system architecture. Extend your data and model pipelines into a full-fledged simulation factory to ensure a reliable verification and validation process. Changes to system or simulation models may be rapidly and readily transmitted into the digital thread, reducing engineering time.
Model management may be used to harmonise both simulation architectural models and reusable libraries across the organisation and beyond. Keep control of intellectual property with IP-free and IP-full editions of the same simulation assets while growing collaboration with partners. Connect to a variety of data management platforms, ranging from file-based Git to Siemens’ best-in-class PLM solution, Teamcenter.
To effortlessly exploit company know-how, organise simulation elements from several sources (Simcenter Amesim, Matlab Simulink, and FMU) into a single reusable library. Simulation materials are run in their native format, with the programme organising the co-simulation automatically. While working in their preferred development environments, in-house teams, vendors, and partners may cooperate.
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