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With the advent of robust and efficient numerical techniques and hardware computing resources, numerical simulation has become more mainstream than ever before. With this advancement, more complex and detailed physics can be included in simulation providing high-fidelity solutions. Optimization, Reliability, and Machine Learning & Data Analytics techniques with a backbone of mathematical rigor are also enhancing the effectiveness of scientific simulation as a virtual testing tool. Vias3D strongly believes in the power of scientific simulation and provides integrated solutions using design and analysis for all industries.

Some key benefits of scientific simulation are:

  • Quantitative Decision-making
  • Quantify, Reduce, and Manage Technical Risks
  • Accelerated Product Development & Design Optimization
  • Reduce Conservatism and Quantify Uncertainties
  • Reduce Warranty Claims by Predicting Future Scenarios
  • Improve System Performances
  • Assess Remaining Life & Extend Design Life
  • Reduce Testing Saving Time and Money
  • Demonstrate Performance in Projects from FEED to Detailed Engineering
  • Support Environmental Safety & Follow Government Regulations
  • Obtain Greater insight and detailed response of a complex system

VIAS3D capabilities to perform a variety of physics-based analyses can cover almost all the major simulation needs in all industries.

  • Linear and nonlinear analysis
  • Advanced material modeling
  • Design optimization
  • Implicit/ explicit analysis and Multibody Dynamics
  • Coupled thermal-structural analysis
  • Fatigue and fracture
  • Buckling
  • Molecular dynamics (MD) and Discrete element method (DEM)
  • Conjugate heat transfer analysis
  • Heat transfer and Radiation
  • Mold flows
  • Multiphase flows
  • Reacting flows
  • Aeroacoustics analysis
  • Fluid-structure Interaction
  • Battery thermal management
  • Signal and power integrity (SI/PI)
  • Cables and connectors
  • Vacuum Electronic Devices
  • Lightning strike and environmental electromagnetic effects (E3)
  • Generators and motors
  • Radar
  • Microwave and RF components
  • Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

Industries We Provide Expertise For

Aerospace & Defense
Consumer Packaged Goods & Retail Services
High-Tech
Energy & Materials Services
Industrial Equipment
Transportation & Mobility Services
Life Sciences
Marine & Offshore
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