Simpack is a software product from Dassault Systèmes that specializes in the simulation of multi-body systems (a multi-body system is a system consisting of other components that are connected in some way, such as hinges, screws, welds, etc.) Enables analysts and engineers to simulate the nonlinear motions of any mechanical or mechatronic system. It also enables engineers to design 3D virtual models for their models and then subject them to various motion experiments, such as the coordination of components when working together, the pressure and stress exerted on each component, and so on. Simpak starts from the early stages of conceptual design of its aids and significantly reduces the need to build a physical sample and the time to present the product to the market.
In fact, Simpak will provide good competitive advantages for manufacturers by increasing the quality and longevity of the product and reducing the cost of production, as well as reducing its time to market.
Simpack is used in all branches of mechanical engineering, but is mostly used in the fields of vehicles, engines, power transmission, rail industry, wind energy, etc. Simpack is a leading software in the field of simulating the behavior of transient nonlinear flexible systems, even in The acoustic range has also stepped up. Variety and good connections for various controls, hydraulic and…. Enables Simpack to easily integrate with manufacturers’ development processes.
Features and characteristics of Simpack software:
- Beautiful user interface with easy to use
- Ability to import CAD models in STEP / IGES / STL format
- Ability to import Katia V5 and V6 files
- Two-dimensional and three-dimensional display of designs
- Easy understanding of the model regardless of the complexity of the model
- Rich library of different components
- Ability to model infrastructure
- Standard communication with CAD / CAE programs
- 3D animations
- Two-dimensional and three-dimensional plots
- Lots of auxiliary wizards
Available in the Readme.txt file inside the Crack folder.