This white paper takes an in-depth look at how an industrial manufacturer improved the design and performance of their triple screw pump using MBSE.
Engineers used this method to significantly increase the speed of simulating pump behavior and open the possibility of integrating the models into higher-level systems.
Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) can also be used to reproduce dynamic effects and system responses for control tasks.
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Transform your workflow with Siemens MBSE methodologies
Modern pump design commonly uses physical tests and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to optimize and verify design choices.
Both methods work well. They provide a thorough analysis and show reliable outcomes, but they have their drawbacks.
Physical tests are expensive and time-consuming, and CFD is limited to a single system, overlooking surrounding systems.
A model-based approach allows engineers to fully explore their designs, giving them a complete picture of the product and how all its pieces will work in a real-world environment.
Optimize your development process with model-based systems engineering software
This white paper provides a detailed overview of the methodology, modeling, measurement setup, and the results of the model-based systems engineering process used to analyze a Leistritz Flexcore triple screw pump.
The model simulates the pump behavior in multiple scenarios, monitoring for various conditions like volumetric flow, shaft torque, pressure pulsations, and more.
This modular approach allows users to easily customize the pump and investigate new technology solutions.
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