Accelerate materials discovery and development
Advanced materials with novel properties are critical for innovation in the energy and chemicals industry. As the global transition to clean energy moves forward, pressure is growing on design engineers and researchers to develop innovative materials that enable sustainable energy solutions.
Download our white paper to learn how organizations can use simulation to accelerate materials discovery and development while better solving engineering challenges.
Materials science and technology
Every materials discovery and development project is unique, and the research and design process can take years to get from concept to production. As organizations adopt digital solutions like simulation to improve materials science and technology, engineers can now consider material properties as design variables rather than constraints. This new approach enables engineers to predict material properties that enhance product performance while reducing lifecycle costs and time to market.
Holistic approach to materials development
Energy and chemical organizations must constantly evaluate their processes to increase innovation and competitiveness. Using a fully digitalized materials development process with a consistent digital thread integrates data from across the enterprise. It also fuels the digital twin and delivers the right information, at the right time, across devices. Empower your engineers to work toward a sustainable future while making your factories smarter, faster and cheaper to operate.
Advanced materials engineering case studies
Companies across the energy and chemicals industry successfully use simulation for advanced materials engineering. In our white paper, you’ll read case studies that describe how simulation:
- Helped a chemical company successfully design new materials while predicting impact properties of a polymer blend across time and length scales
- Enabled a materials, chemicals and industry solutions leader reduce the time and cost of developing and certifying new materials by 40%
- Helped CFD engineers increase reactor throughput and capacity while improving operational efficiency