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Virtual.Lab Revision 9

LMS has released the latest version of its Virtual.Lab software suite for 3D functional performance simulation. Revision 9 of the software suite features new performance capabilities and technology to ramp up engineering productivity, most notably with the new BEM and FEM capabilities and a new ray-tracing solution in Virtual.Lab Acoustics. Dedicated industrial application solutions found in Virtual.Lab Motion have been enhanced for improved usability as well, while the new thermal fatigue solution in Virtual.Lab Durability and the mathematical dynamic model coupling safety feature in Virtual.Lab Structures are, according to LMS, breakthrough solutions in their respective simulation markets.

In addition to the extensive work on Virtual.Lab Acoustics, Virtual.Lab Motion has been extended with key industrial applications for driving dynamics, aerospace, wind, powertrain noise & vibration, tracked vehicle and a superior 1D/3D co-simulation methodology for mechatronics system-level simulation.

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