Multiphysics technology

  • 29-Jun-2010 02:07 EDT
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Dassault Systèmes offers the Abaqus 6.10 release of its unified FEA and multiphysics product suite for simulation from Simulia. The release offers improved modeling, performance, usability, visualization, multiphysics, and core mechanics. Designers, engineers, and researchers can perform virtual tests that accurately predict real-world behavior of materials and designs, improving product performance while reducing development time. Abaqus 6.10 introduces a multiphysics capability for performing CFD simulation and provides an open multiphysics platform through improvements to the direct co-simulation coupling interface. The release also features enhancements to its extended finite element method (XFEM) that improves the process for modeling fractures of composite materials and provides performance improvements for parallel processing of simulations that use XFEM, or the implicit dynamic procedure, allowing additional simulations to be performed in less time.

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