4RealSim: Finite Element partner for every industry
4RealSim is a company specialized in Finite Element Analysis software and consultancy. Our customers are active in the aerospace & defense, architecture & construction, consumer goods, comsumer packaged goods, energy, high tech, industrial equipment, life sciences, marine, offshore, consultancy and automotive industry.
Experienced team with experience in each industry
Whether you are simulating bird impact on an airplane wing, the deployment of a stent in an artery vain, the inflation of an automotive tire, the forming process of plastic consumer goods, leakage of a threaded connection or the effect of ground movement on a pipe due to iceberg plowing, we have the right finite element solution and skills to help you further. Our team of engineers have experience in almost every industry, and we can help understand the mechanical physics of products, life and nature.
Dassault Systemes SIMULIA industry stories
Below you can find examples of Dassault Systemes SIMULIA customers
DT Hiload (Australia)
Using Abaqus FEA has enabled DT HiLoad to reduce truck tray weight 50 percent, cutting fuel costs while lowering fatigue and loads on the tray and, most importantly, increasing the payload the trucks can carry.
Yamaha Motor Company (Japan)
Abaqus FEA to provide accurate, realistic simulations of the simulations of the mechanism of motorcycle of motorcycle tip-overs on the deformation of the components.
Yamaha is now confident that its radiator assembly strength simulations accurately predict physical test results, has identified the optimum locations for countermeasures, and can use its highly reliable simulation tools for developing new, more effective designs.
BMW Group (Germany)
Working closely with SIMULIA over almost a decade, BMW Group’s R&D team developed a simulation program, based on Abaqus FEA, that moved them towards a stated corporate goal of zero-prototyping for passive safety.
Such a simulation-driven strategy yields significant savings in both costs and product development time. The engineering team now has a comprehensive view of component and full-car behavior during crash scenarios and confidence in the accuracy of their simulations. The launch of the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupé marks the first car platform for which zero-prototyping was accomplished for passive safety.
GN Resound (United States)
Realistic simulation with Abaqus FEA helped predict the effects of impact on their devices and design their products to withstand the stresses and strains of patient use.
GN ReSound can design the hearing aids of the future with confidence in their quality and robustness, delivering the latest products to their customers in less time.