Throughout all dimensions: 1D, 2D, 3D

SimulationX can adapt to your tasks at hand and the required level of detail. Choose from one-, two and three-dimensional model elements and save time in the modeling process.

1D, 2D, 3D simulation

There are optimized methods available for particular tasks. That includes also the model description. Many questions can be examined with models that have a reduced number of spatial degrees of freedom. Such cases do not need a three-dimensional model. When you describe your model with one-dimensional objects, you can work with fewer parameters in order to define certain properties, which in turn means that fewer equations must be included in the simulation. This saves you time during the modeling process and the simulation itself. Through available interfaces, you can easily combine model elements from 1D, 2D and 3D libraries.

Overview
1D 2D (mechanical) 3D (mechanical)
Requirements small number of parameters • parameter input in two dimensions
• exact positioning within a plane
• parameter input in three dimensions
• exact positioning within the three-dimensional space
Strengths • quick modeling process
• fast simulation of numerous variations
easy parameterization for two-dimensional analyses easy modeling for three-dimensional analyses
Application examples simulation of a powertrain simulation of chain and belt drives multibody simulation

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