New LMS 3D Simulation Offers Real-world Tech

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Monday, July 08, 2013

LMS, recently acquired by Siemens and now a business segment within Siemens PLM Software, announced the latest release of its LMS 3D solutions for real world simulation, LMS Virtual. Lab Rev 12 and SAMCEF Rev 15. Both software releases use innovative technology to simulate real-world behavior for faster, more realistic and easier product design.

Every LMS 3D simulation solution can be tailored to precise industry and application requirements in areas such as acoustics and vibration, mechanisms, automotive and aerospace simulation process integration, structural analysis and wind turbine development. The latest releases of the two core LMS 3D simulation software suites, LMS Virtual.Lab and SAMCEF including CAESAM, address several of the industries’ most pressing engineering challenges.

Built on more than 30 years of proven solver technology, the LMS Virtual.Lab Motion Real-Time Solver uses a parallel solution approach for multi-core solving. Fast and accurate, the LMS Virtual.Lab Motion Real-Time Solver for full-vehicle driving dynamics complemented by the LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim Real-Time Solver or subsystem modeling lets users handle complex real-time 3D-1D models such as those used in hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) applications and realistic driving simulators.

LMS Virtual.Lab Rev 12 places a huge emphasis on usability, including more openness and an efficient-to-use and especially easy-to-customize driving dynamics solution in LMS Virtual.Lab Motion for Vehicle Dynamics. Since it is template-based, users can efficiently manage multiple vehicle variants and simulation scenarios error-free with minimal data entry.

Acoustics innovation has always been a focus for LMS. This continues with LMS Virtual.Lab Rev 12. The new frequency-adaptive patent-pending FEMAO solver significantly improves calculation speeds for acoustic simulation for low to high frequency applications like pass-by noise and encapsulation design. A complete vehicle full-frequency pass-by-noise simulation can now be achieved in hours rather than days.

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