LMS Revises Virtual Lab
April 11, 2006—LMS released Virtual Lab Rev 6, an advanced and unified modeling environment, integrating all the required model creation and simulation tools to perform accurate system-level performance analyses.
According to the companys press release, this new solution eliminates the effort to create individual models for separate disciplines and allows cross-attribute analyses. Rev 6 provides 64-bit data processing support, making it more practical to handle complex models with high accuracy, while reducing calculation times.
Rev 6 is a value-based licensing system, giving users flexible access to the full portfolio of LMS Virtual.Lab applications. Furthermore, LMS Virtual.Lab Rev 6 offers applications for structural analysis, acoustics simulation, noise and vibration prediction, system dynamics analysis and durability simulation, and extended automation and customization capabilities.
The product delivers a unified modeling environment, which integrates all required model creation tools and multi-disciplinary simulation capabilities to accurately assess system-level performance for a complete car, a full aircraft or any other complex mechanical assembly.
The new modeling and assembly solution offers the capability to flexibly build full-system simulation models starting from multiple component and sub-system models. The unified modeling solution allows easy and smooth
The fully integrated and multidisciplinary unified simulation solution in Virtual.Lab offers distinct benefits over a simulation process based on single point solutions,$BGD(Bommented Willy Bakkers, vice president and general Manager of the LMS CAE Division. $BE3(Becent customer benchmarks have delivered time gains in the order of 30$B!&(B0% simulation time, while reaching considerably better simulation results and more valuable engineering insights in the performance of new designs.
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