The SimScale platform provides access to powerful modeling and simulation technology via a standard web browser.
SimScale offers different simulation functionality on a single online platform, suitable for many applications.
Get a first impression of engineering simulation in your browser.
The platform supports multiple CAD file formats. Simply upload a CAD-model of the application you want to analyze. It is displayed instantly in 3D and you can interact with it just as you would with a desktop CAD software.
In the platform's Simulation Designer, you can select from various analysis types the one that fits your application. The SimScale platform already provides analysis capabilities for structural mechanics, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics.
These capabilities are constantly expanded so that ever more different simulation types can be set up. Once you have chosen the analysis type, the interface guides you through the complete setup of the simulation and checks whether you forgot something.
As soon as the computation is complete you can access the results either directly on the platform or download and analyze them locally.
The SimScale platform gives you access to the flexible and efficient use of simulation technology. Validate your design decisions early in the design process, identify optimization potential and predict the performance of your product before building the first physical prototype, and identify the relevant parameters of your application.
No hardware, no software – just your CAD files and a browser. Simulate when you need to, pay for what you use.
Fast and straightforward usage – short initial training period.
Free hardware choice – nearly unlimited computing capacity.
Get CAE capacity on demand and only pay for what you actually need.
No registration fees and a free monthly simulation quota – CAE for every company profile.
Share simulation projects with colleagues, clients or the SimScale support.
Several analysis types included – and the functionality is constantly growing.
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