|Brand||SIEMENS FEMAP THERMAL SOLVER SOFTWARE|
|Provide Installation Service||Yes|
|Training||In Person, Live Online, Documentation|
|Support||Business Hours, Online|
|Others Modules/Features||ADVANCED THERMAL, SPACE THERMAL RADIATION, THERMAL COUPLING, JOULE HEATING, DUCT FLOW, ORBITAL|
|Usage/Application||THERMAL AND ADVANCED THERMAL APPLICATIONS|
FEMAP TMG Thermal : FEMAP TMG Thermal is a comprehensive thermal simulation product that adds advanced thermal analysis tools to Femap. Using advanced finite difference control volume technology, Femap TMG Thermal facilitates faithful modeling of nonlinear and transient heat transfer processes, including conduction, radiation, natural convection and forced convection, fluid dynamics in conduct, as well as phase changes.
FEMAP TMG Thermal includes conduction, convection, radiation and phase change modeling functionality. The software offers a range of thermal and solver boundary conditions. It also offers a thermal assembly control modeling tool, called Thermal Couplings, which allows you to create thermal connections between different parts of large assembled systems.
FEMAP TMG Advanced Thermal adds many advanced thermal modeling and fluid modeling features to the base version, including modeling of driving fluid dynamics, and natural or forced convection and flow. A comprehensive toolset is provided for advanced radiation and spacecraft modeling, including solar and orbital warming, orbital modeling and display, specular reflections with ray tracing, and structural articulation. . In addition, these powerful modeling tools are complemented by several more advanced solver features, including the ability for each user to create custom subroutines, model simplification, the substructuring and interfaces with commercial thermal software. FEMAP TMG Advanced Thermal offers full coupling with Femap TMG Flow for the comprehensive modeling of heat flows and fluids in a wide range of problems involving multiple areas of physics. In addition, the results obtained withFEMAP Thermal can be exported for use by FEMAP's solver for structural calculations. TMG's radiation modeling capabilities are used to simulate headlight enclosures.
The FEMAP TMG Thermal base package includes the following features: Transient and stationary, linear and non-linear thermal analysis solutions; Thermal boundary conditions, including temperatures, thermal loads, flows, initial conditions and thermostats; Tools for coupled thermal systems, which make it possible to create thermal contacts between models with disjoint finite elements, including assemblies of surfaces, edges and points; Conduction, including isotropic and orthotropic properties, radial heat flow, phase changes, and properties that are a function of time, temperature and direction;Radiation, including calculation of form factors taking into account shading, varying surface properties, modeling of axisymmetric radiation, and multiple radiation enclosures; Convection, specifying boundary conditions using data tables or formulas; Additional functions, in particular the axisymmetric modelization, non-linear thermal characteristics expressed in the form of tables, the non-geometric modelization and the “monitoring” of the solutions.
Features of FEMAP TMG Advanced Thermal : Modeling of fluid networks in 1-D conduits with simulation of forced convection and natural convection for several fluids and modeling of both incompressible and compressible flows; Diurnal and radiant solar and orbital (spacecraft) heating, including modeling and interactive display of orbits; Modeling of specular and hemicube radiation with ray tracing and modeling of transmission surfaces; Articulation structures for radiation modeling, including translation and rotation of joints and rotation of spacecraft assemblies; Heating by Joule effect simulated by electric resistance circuits; Application of temperatures in meshes; Interfaces with commercial thermal software including Sinda, Esatan, Trasys, Nevada, ESARAD, TSS and Thermica. Advanced solver features including model simplification, substructuring and the ability for each user to write their own subroutines, batch solution processing, and editable input files.