SIMPACK

Simulate nonlinear motion of any mechanical system

Predict and visualize motion, coupling forces and stresses

Analyze complete frequency range

From static to full transient nonlinear analyses

Contact

Simpack: multibody simulation

Simpack is a general multibody simulation software which enables you to simulate the non-linear motion of any mechanical or mechatronic systems. With Simpack you can generate and solve virtual 3D models in order to predict and visualize motion, coupling forces and stresses.

Main capabilities

Complete frequency range, from static to full transient non-linear analyses.

Take all influences from different codes into account on the system behavior.

SIMPACK can handle “stiff” dynamic systems.

Suitable for shock contact.

Simpack advantages

    Investigate extreme transient phenomena within all application fields.
    • Gear changing.
    • Emergency breaking.
    • Loss of contact.
    Consider any external influences on the system.
    • Ground disturbances.
    • Aerodynamic.
    Take internal dynamics and control into account.

Simpack simulation software is particularly well-suited for high frequency transient analyses, even into the acoustic range. Simpack was primarily developed to handle complex nonlinear models with flexible bodies and harsh shock contact.

SIMPACK is used in the following industries

Aerospace

Automotive.

Biomechanics.

Drivetrain.

Engine.

HiL / SiL.

Rail.

Wind energy.

4RealSim: SIMPACK information

Contact 4RealSim via the contact form to obtain more information on SIMPACK.

4RealSim is a value solutions partner of Dassault Systèmes, with a strong focus on the SIMULIA products. Furthermore 4RealSim offers SIMPACK trainings and Finite Element consulting services.

Upcoming events

Wed 12

Introduction to Simpack – Multi-body simulations

12 December @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Tue 18
Jan 17
Jan 23

Abaqus Mentoring – face to face support with FEA experts

23 January, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Jan 30

4RealSim Customer Day with Abaqus 2019 update

30 January, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm