Machinery manufacturing companies worldwide are finding ways to differentiate from others in terms of value, functional performance and durability. Competitive differentiation brings more revenue to the company’s bottom line and companies are finding new ways to acquire the leading edge.
Best in class manufacturing companies are evolving from the traditional engineering “build and break” process to virtual prototypes, and simulation solutions are becoming an integral part of the design process.
MSC Software, as the originator of modern CAE simulation software provides a variety of proven simulation solutions across a broad spectrum of machinery applications. MSC also enables customers to maintain uniformity and reliable information sharing across departments and the supply chain.
Benefits to Engineers
High-fidelity simulation of common mechanical parts, such as gears, belts, chains, and bearings.
Enhanced productivity with incredibly quick model-solve-evaluate process times
An automated, wizard-driven model creation process for ease-of-use
Straightforward evaluation of results in Adams/Postprocessor
The ability to quickly and thoroughly evaluate mainly design alternatives with MSC Software’s solutions made it possible to increase the processing speed of our machines by 50%, while reducing vibration levels below the previous generation of machines”
MSC Software is used for many types of machinery related simulations:
System-level dynamics simulation
Gear & bearing modeling and analysis
Belt and chain modeling and analysis
Durability & fatigue analysis
Hydraulics & pneumatics simulation
Controls system modeling & analysis
Noise & vibration analysis
hydraulics, gas dynamics and electrical systems
Weight & shape optimization
Material handling simulation
Rotational and stability
Part, component, system simulation
Machinery engineers have used MSC Software for:
Fans & blowers
Gas & steam turbines
Compressors, expanders & turbochargers
Pumps & water turbines
Conveying equipment simulation
Drilling and mining machinery
Piling and drilling mechanisms