TMG Solvers (Revision 2019-08-29) Updates Win/Linux

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TMG Solvers (Revision 2019-08-29) Updates Win/Linux
TMG Solvers (Revision 2019-08-29) Updates | 717.4 mb

The Siemens PLM Software team has released an updated versions to module TMG Thermal/Flow Simulation (NXCAE_EXTRAS) for NX Series software, is used to advanced modeling of heat transfer and flow of liquid and gas flows.
What's new in this release
TMG Version 2019.1.9 for NX 1847 Series
** Bug
* [TF-4179] - IR_9147058
* [TF-6064] - Incorrect convective thickness for chocking elements
* [TF-6123] - Licensing issue with Femap and .ini file.
* [TF-6176] - VSTS 20922 - Relative temperature reference frame provides incorrect metal tempe
TMG Version 2019.2.4 for NX 1872 Series
** Bug
* [TF-4179] - IR_9147058
* [TF-6064] - Incorrect convective thickness for chocking elements
* [TF-6095] - FEMCOND: crash when error estimate is requested-Linear Hex
* [TF-6096] - IBM - Fatal error when a temperature constraint and/or thermal load is applied to a multiple enclosure model * [TF-6104] - Changing the solution units leads to have an unexpected temperature value at inlet BC
* [TF-6171] - Time-varying ambient pressure gives different results for IBM depending on how it is set
* [TF-6172] - Time-varying ambient pressure gives different results for IBM depending on how it is set
* [TF-6173] - Time-varying ambient pressure gives different results for IBM depending on how it is set in flow BC
* [TF-6176] - VSTS 20922 - Relative temperature reference frame provides incorrect metal tempe
* [TF-6185] - Protective Layers - Nodal Temperatures not appearing on parabolic elements in POST
* [TF-6192] - Issue with temperature constraint on multiple protective layer SSSOs
** New Feature
* [TF-6015] - Support Time Varying Ambient Definition with IBM
* [TF-6044] - nodal temperatures on protective layers
** Task
* [TF-6072] - Immersed duct: Improvements needed for distribution of convection loads
* [TF-6099] - NX-StarCCM+ cosimulation in NX1872
TMG Thermal/Flow Simulation (NXCAE_EXTRAS) module. provides heat transfer solutions and is an add-on module to either NX Advanced FEM or NX Advanced Simulation. NX Thermal can simulate conduction, convection and radiation phenomena for complex products and large assemblies. NX Thermal is used to address thermal analysis requirements in a wide range of industries including aerospace and defense, automotive and transportation, consumer products and appliances, energy, medical, electronics and semiconductors. In addition, NX Thermal can also be used with NX Flow, the NX-integrated CFD solution, for coupled thermo-fluid simulation.
NX Thermal continues Siemens’ long heritage in thermal simulation and leverages the same technology that underpinned the I-deas TMG solution. NX Thermal uses high-order finite volume-based technology on a FE mesh to accurately and efficiently simulate heat transfer phenomenon. It combines the versatility of FE-based analysis with the accuracy of a finite volume scheme. The NX Thermal solver technology allows simulation of NX parts and assemblies within complex thermal environments.
Siemens PLM Software. is a world-leading provider of product lifecycle management and manufacturing operations management software. We help thousands of companies realize innovation by optimizing their processes, from planning and development through manufacturing, production and support
Product: TMG Solvers
Version: (Revision 2019-08-29) Updates *
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : http://www.plm.automation.siemens.com
Language: english
System Requirements: PC / Linux
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 10
Software Prerequisites: Siemens NX 1847 or NX 1872, with NXCAE_EXTRAS module
Size: 717.4 mb
* Release info: tmg v2019.1.9 for nx-1847 Series (1847-1867) win/Linux x64 (2019-08-29)
tmg v2019.2.4 for nx-1872 Series (1872+) win/Linux x64 (2019-08-29)

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