Written by Megan Jenkins on July 19, 2019
February 14th, 2018
With the aim to show you what makes SimScale unique and the advantages it can bring to a company’s product development cycle, we have worked on this company video that was published a few weeks ago.
We would like to give special thanks to our customer AVIONIK STRAUBING for being part of our video. The team was very open and it felt great to see how SimScale is integrated into their working process.
Founded in 1977, AVIONIK STRAUBING has been operating at the airport Straubing-Wallmuehle as a certified airplane maintenance and repair station, being one of the leading avionics facilities in Germany.
The company is specialized in the maintenance, development, approval, and production of aircraft electronics, including hardware systems, software products, and electromechanical systems. Most of their products include several mechanical parts, such as heat sinks or other cooling devices, for which they need to consider different aspects, including the environmental stress and the right heat dissipation. For this, they are using the SimScale platform, performing thermal analyses and solid mechanics simulations.
“The simulations performed with SimScale are very useful for our design engineers to get the right results, as they dramatically reduce the number of modifications of the prototype. Since we started using the platform, we go relaxed to the approval process of our systems, when we test the system by using a temperature chamber, a vibration platform, and so on. What we like most about SimScale is the accuracy of the results and the interface – it’s very easy to handle. And of course, the support. The team is always there to help us.”, said Ludwig Gruenner, Head of Production at AVIONIK STRAUBING.
We had some fun days with the filming team in the office and we also want to share some behind-the-scenes photos to show you how the video was made.
In case you haven’t yet, below you can watch the SimScale video. Let us know what you think!
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