Dassault Systèmes Releases SIMULIA 2019

The R2019X portfolio focuses on applicability, efficiency and scalability.

The R2019X portfolio focuses on applicability, efficiency and scalability.

SIMULIA has released the R2019X portfolio, which focuses on the applicability, efficiency and scalability of Dassault Systèmes' digital physics offerings. The release includes new ways in which all of the company's products are working more closely together.

The R2019X release delivers industry-specific process workflows. users will find all the visibility, collaboration and decision support they need on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, according to the company.

In a company blog post, Dale Berry, senior technical director at Dassault Systèmes Simulia Corp., lists these highlights of the R2019X release:

Power’By for Simulation – In R2019X the company has focused on allowing users to maintain and secure their existing simulation intellectual property while benefiting from the 3DEXPERIENCE platform. This includes running and managing Abaqus, Simpack, XFlow and CST Studio Suite simulations from the platform and sharing the results of those simulations with others. Specific enhancements include the ability to upload result data, plots, and animations for both XFlow Specialist (for fluid simulation) and Simpack Specialist (for multibody simulation).

Fluid Simulation for Designers/Engineers – R2019X continues to enhance Dassault Systèmes' computational fluid dynamics (CFD) portfolio, which covers both mainstream and industry-specific CFD simulation. 3DEXPERIENCE Simulation R2019x now provides the most complete CFD solution for designers and engineers using CATIA on the market today, according to the company.

Enhanced Digital Additive Manufacturing – R2019X is designed to increase AM efficiency, usability and confidence that parts will “Print to Perform” with the following enhancements: assembly, support, thermal optimization, automated smooth-geometry reconstruction, an improved Eigenstrain method and a new voxel-based mesher to simplify complex geometries.

For more information, visit the Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA page.

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