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Webinar: Simplify engineering of industrial machinery, with multidomain system simulation
December 1, 2022 @ 2:00 AM - 3:00 AM
To keep up with the market requests for efficiency, performance, and speed, industrial machine design is growing in sophistication.
Today’s machines include different physical domains (like mechanical, electrical, thermal systems, or pneumatic and hydraulic actuations) that dynamically interact during machine operation and require advanced control logic to synchronize the machine’s work sequences. Developing such advanced machines requires advanced engineering tools.
Join the webinar to find out why multi-domain system simulation is the engineering tool you need to face the challenge.
During this webinar we will show you how to:
- Build a digital twin of your machine, its sub-systems, and its control logic
- Use simulation to predict and improve the dynamic performance of your machine
- Benchmark different design alternatives and assess energy efficiency
- Use the virtual model of the machine to virtually test different control strategies (virtual commissioning)
This webinar is meant for:
Head of Digitalization, Design Engineers, Simulation Engineers, Head of Virtual Commissioning, Head of Engineering/Simulation/Testing/Controls/Software.
Meet the speakers
Senior Application Engineer
Antonino Familiare is a Senior application engineer in BSIM engineering and specializes in developing numerical models for hydraulic/pneumatic systems and thermal management applications.
He graduated from Politecnico di Torino in 2013 and has since build his experience in system simulation and CFD-3D software working with automotive, off-road, and industrial applications.
Portfolio Developer Executive
Achim Weinbach focuses on aligning Simcenter simulation and testing solutions and product features with the challenges of customers in the machinery and automotive engineering industries. He holds a degree in physics and has been involved with simulation and testing solutions since 2010 with a focus on multi-domain system simulation.