Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling

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Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling

Leveraging the comprehensive digital twin across the product lifecycle

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Date(s) - November 16, 2023
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm


This webinar will show how to simplify even complex 3D models into reduced-order models (ROMs) that can be used in a system simulation model using Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling.

The use of a comprehensive digital twin, whether physics based or data driven, enables design optimization with models that run in seconds instead days or weeks. Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling enables you to capture data that represents a model or process and effortlessly generate a precise, lower-fidelity version of this information with just a few clicks. The resulting reduced models come with unique features: they have a small memory footprint, are tool-agnostic, and can be operated in real time.

In this way, Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling provides simulation, testing, production, and service professionals with a fast and easy way to create, evaluate, and export ROMs—and thanks to its advanced automation, no additional expertise is needed. As such, using Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling unleashes the power of existing models and data to provide extra value for design and operations.

This live webinar will provide an overview of Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling and the benefits of ROMs. Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling software, which is part of the Siemens Xcelerator business platform of software, hardware, and services, can be used to unlock the scope of the specialized digital twin and make it available for more applications.

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • What is reduced-order modeling?
  • What is the Simcenter Reduced Order Modeling software?
  • How are ROMs created from system simulation, FEA, CFD, and experimental test data?
  • How can ROMs be used?

About the Speaker

  • Darren Nunes, PE

    Simcenter Solutions Consultant, Siemens Digital Industries Software

    Mr. Nunes provides design and analysis support for advanced simulation projects. He is a specialist in real-time simulation, controls verification and validation, and workflow management/optimization using system simulation. He supports Simcenter system simulation solutions applied to aircraft, spacecraft, automotive, battery technologies, and industrial machinery. Darren Nunes received his BS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Northeastern University and his MS in Power Systems Management from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Connecticut.