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See how an integrated approach coupling Amesim and Simcenter 3D Thermal Multiphysics can leverage the strengths of both solvers for thermal analysis of spacecraft.

Simcenter Amesim offers an integrated, scalable platform for mechatronic system simulation, boosting productivity by allowing engineers to assess and optimize system performance virtually. It enables managing innovation complexity without compromising time-to-market and quality, combining ready-to-use multiphysics libraries with industry-oriented solutions for rapid model creation and accurate analysis.

Co-simulation using Simcenter Amesim and Simcenter 3D Thermal Multiphysics seamlessly integrates system-level models with detailed 3D simulations, improving collaboration and accuracy in thermal management. Engineers can simulate spacecraft behavior and optimize designs by exchanging data between Simcenter Amesim and Simcenter 3D during the solutions, allowing for enhanced model accuracy. Direct co-simulation incorporates physics from both system and 3D models, streamlining the design process and improving efficiency in spacecraft thermal control systems.

In the webinar, we will focus on Simcenter Amesim and the steps needed to setup thermal problems to couple with Simcenter 3D. We will also demonstrate how to build a model for the hypergolic liquid rocket engines used on the upper stage of Ariane 5 rockets for orbital insertion.

About the Speaker

  • Stephane Mouvand

    Team Leader, Aerospace & Defense Systems Simulation Solutions, Siemens Digital Industries Software

    Stephane graduated from Polytech Lyon with a degree in mechanical engineering in 1995. He started his career with Flowmaster Group in Paris, where he held various technical and sales positions, supporting Flowmaster simulation software in the Automotive, Aerospace, and Energy domains for Southern European customers. Stephane joined the Imagine company in 2005 as a sales representative for SAFRAN group and other AS&D customers, supporting a double-digit growth in business, selling both software products and engineering services. He moved to Toulouse as Airbus group account manager and then joined LMS as a business developer in their aerospace competence center. Stephane joined the Siemens Digital Industries Software team in Lyon in 2013, where he has been leading Aerospace and Defense business development and supporting Simcenter system simulation solutions applications for the different aviation, aero engine, and space markets.