Pour qui ?

SimScale fait partie intégrante du processus de validation de la conception de milliers d'entreprises prospères à travers le monde dans des secteurs tels que l'AIC, le HVAC et l'électronique.

Notes moyennes

47 avis
  • Note globale 4.5 / 5
  • Facilité d'utilisation 4 / 5
  • Service client 4.5 / 5
  • Fonctionnalités 4 / 5
  • Rapport qualité-prix 4 / 5

Informations sur le produit

  • Version gratuite Oui
  • Version d'essai gratuite Oui, obtenez un essai gratuit
  • Déploiement Cloud, SaaS, web
  • Formation Formation en ligne en direct
    Webinaires
    Documentation
  • Ressources d'aide Support en horaire de bureau
    En ligne

Informations sur l'éditeur

  • SimScale
  • https://simscale.com/_en/?
  • Fondé en 2012

En savoir plus sur SimScale

SimScale fait partie intégrante du processus de validation de la conception de milliers d'entreprises prospères dans le monde et de plus de 100 000 utilisateurs individuels. Il est principalement utilisé par les concepteurs de produits et les ingénieurs travaillant sur l'AIC (Architecture, Ingénierie et Construction), CVC (Chauffage, Ventilation et Climatisation), Électronique grand public et les marchés de l'emballage et des conteneurs, qui utilisent SimScale pour tester et optimiser leurs conceptions dans les premières étapes de développement.

SimScale - Fonctionnalités

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  • Agent-Based Modeling
  • Analyse de conception
  • Industry Specific Database
  • Manipulation directe
  • Modélisation 3D
  • Modélisation d'événements discrets
  • Modélisation des mouvements
  • Modélisation dynamique
  • Modélisation en continu
  • Modélisation graphique
  • Modélisation stochastique
  • Outils de présentation
  • Simulation de Monte-Carlo
  • Turbulence Modeling
  • Accès mobile
  • Collaboration
  • Dessin 2D
  • Fonctions pour gestion des installations
  • Gestion des changements
  • Gestion des documents
  • Modélisation 3D
  • Modélisation de la conception
  • Planification
  • Suivi des conflits

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Excellent platform

Traduire avec Google Translate Publié le 06/10/2016
Ajay bangalore H.
Scientific Co-Worker
Recherche, 5 001-10 000 employés
Temps d'utilisation du produit: plus d'un an
Provenance de l'utilisateur 
Source : asdf
5/5
Note globale
5 / 5
Facilité d'utilisation
4 / 5
Fonctionnalités
5 / 5
Support client
5 / 5
Rapport qualité-prix
Probabilité de recommander le produit :
Très faible Très élevée

Commentaires: I have tried several simulations - ranging from solid, fluid, particles etc. The platform is extremely well built and robust. I liked that it was extremely easy to use. The aspect I liked the most was that there is a community version that students and learners could use. In addition, I think the professional version serves best for more advanced users who would use simulations for design in a more pronounced manner and on an everyday basis. The forums are extremely helpful and I am really glad regarding the speed at which one receives replies both from the people working in the company and also other users. In addition, the blogs and help files definitely make it really easy to use the platform. One of the aspects I also liked is the fact that it is based on open-source codes. So it is not a black box. I could go to openFOAM and check out how things work. The codes are all well parallelized that I have never faced any issues. Issues with parallelization are a general problem in this line of work but with SimScale this was really handy. There are definitely some aspects where they can improve:
1. Providing structural elements like shells, beams, and plates. Most of the large aspect ratio structures are very time consuming to model using 3D FEM
2. Allow users to use custom material models. Most often, in both industry and academia, we do not use material models given in the software but would like to input our own material model. This is what drives most of the R&D centres. 3. There are no ad-hoc algorithms that allow hexahedral mesh generation for all geometries. I can think this as one of the reasons why SimScale might not have hexahedral mesh generator. But this can be significantly useful for many applications. I am sure this is a platform with great potential for the future & I will look forward to upcoming features.

Avantages: I have tried several simulations - ranging from solid, fluid, particles etc. The platform is extremely well built and robust. I liked that it was extremely easy to use. The aspect I liked the most was that there is a community version that students and learners could use. In addition, I think the professional version serves best for more advanced users who would use simulations for design in a more pronounced manner and on an everyday basis. The forums are extremely helpful and I am really glad regarding the speed at which one receives replies both from the people working in the company and also other users. In addition, the blogs and help files definitely make it really easy to use the platform. One of the aspects I also liked is the fact that it is based on open-source codes. So it is not a black box. I could go to openFOAM and check out how things work. The codes are all well parallelized that I have never faced any issues. Issues with parallelization are a general problem in this line of work but with SimScale this was really handy.

Inconvénients: There are definitely some aspects where they can improve:
1. Providing structural elements like shells, beams, and plates. Most of the large aspect ratio structures are very time consuming to model using 3D FEM
2. Allow users to use custom material models. Most often, in both industry and academia, we do not use material models given in the software but would like to input our own material model. This is what drives most of the R&D centres. 3. There are no ad-hoc algorithms that allow hexahedral mesh generation for all geometries. I can think this as one of the reasons why SimScale might not have hexahedral mesh generator. But this can be significantly useful for many applications.

Cloud Simulation Really Works

Traduire avec Google Translate Publié le 25/05/2016
Christopher Q.
Mechanical Engineer
Provenance de l'utilisateur 
Source : asdf
4/5
Note globale
4 / 5
Facilité d'utilisation
Fonctionnalités
5 / 5
Support client
Rapport qualité-prix

Commentaires: I have used a lot of simulation packages over the past twenty five years including Nastran, Ansys, Solidworks, and a host of others. I have been using Simscale for about nine months now and it has become my goto simulation tool. The cloud concept provides a lot of benefits and one of my favorite is the convenience it allows. I am no longer tied to my Windows workstation, now I perform most of my analysis on a $250 chromebook. I can work on my simulations anywhere and I no longer have to worry about my ram or graphics drivers or versions of Windows. While the convenience of a browser based simulation tool is great, it has also allowed me to run models larger than I have ever conceived on my own workstation. I can run a static analysis with over 20 million DOFs and it will solve in a couple of hours. The value proposition is another huge benefit. The annual subscription rate is less than the maintenance fee I paid on my Solidworks Simulation with only linear static capability. Simscale includes linear and nonlinear structural analysis as well as thermal and CFD. I am also saving money because I do not have to worry about updating my workstation or Windows. Simscale is not a perfect tool, the two biggest areas of pain for me are the element types and the post processing. Right now Simscale does not support shells, beams, or springs. They are limited to primarily to tet elements so you have to use workarounds to accomplish some things. Also, the online post processor works well for small and medium jobs but for really large jobs you will need to postprocess locally. One other noteworthy area is customer service. Simscale probably has the most responsive customer service of any of the simulation companies I have work with.

Réponse de l'éditeur

envoyé par SimScale le 07/10/2016

Thanks for such a great feedback, Christopher!

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