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Ways to reduce carbon emissions globally with simulation-driven design

Energy and utilities businesses are under intense pressure to reduce carbon emissions while managing market volatility and digitalization. By adopting simulation-driven design, companies can create sustainable equipment and products in less time and for lower costs. View our smart ebook to learn how your business can meet ESG targets while improving engineering collaboration.

How to maximize the efficiency of wind and solar power

Wind and solar power have experienced dramatic growth and investment, yet companies must do more to improve electricity generation, transmission and distribution from these renewables. By introducing simulation earlier in the design phase, engineers can predict the effect of new designs and operating conditions while using the insights to find more efficient process designs. Read the ebook to discover how connecting simulation teams with high-value data boosts collaboration and change management inside wind and solar businesses.

Use multiphysics simulation for exploring complex operating conditions

Our multiphysics simulation platform combines a wide range of physics and disciplines, helping engineers explore and predict real-world physical interactions of products they design. Engineers can also use design exploration to better understand complex non-linear relations between variables, boosting innovation across the product lifecycle. Learn how to quickly use new technologies to boost performance in your organization.

Leveraging digital twin software for a carbon-free future

Accelerate your business transition into a carbon-free future using our digital twin software. By improving collaboration throughout the product's lifecycle, organizations can shorten development processes for products with lower emissions. Our solutions combine system simulation, 3D CAE and test, enabling simulations of a wide range of real-world physics and behaviors, including multiphase flow, heat transfer and fluid interactions. Discover more by reading the ebook!