Industrial Equipment manufacturers make some of the most complex products in the world under highly competitive market conditions. Products are specialized with demanding design and production requirements. Manufacturers face the challenges of creating products that meet many different customers’ performance and safety requirements while improving cycle times and reducing costs.
SIMULIA provides realistic simulation solutions that address a multitude of engineering challenges for industrial equipment manufacturers. We offer easy-to-use analysis tools that allow designers to make decisions about design. SIMULIA also provides tools to automate the performance of design exploration studies and design optimization. This broad simulation portfolio enables Industrial Equipment developers to leverage the right simulation tool for their specific application and also enables collaboration between designers and analysis experts to accelerate fully informed performance-based design decisions and reduce the need for costly physical testing. Our design analysis solutions enable you to accurately predict complex real-word behavior of component parts, large-scale structures, and complete systems.
Demand for tires is projected to double over the next decade. Mobility changes towards electrical and autonomous vehicles will only accelerate this demand. To meet this demand and to remain competitive tire manufacturers need to accelerate innovation. Tire Engineering solutions from Dassault Systèmes help tire manufacturers evaluate tire performance at an early stage of product development and to push their “Magic Triangle” beyond current boundaries.
Equipment Strength & Durability Performance
Heavy mobile equipment has to stay in operation for decades, operating for long hours and under heavy loads. It is highly critical that this equipment is designed to be durable. Equipment Strength and Durability Performance solution from Dassault Systèmes helps streamline the simulation process to evaluate product failures and to minimize warranty costs early in the design cycle.