There are multiple limitations under which the architectures and civil engineers have to work while designing and developing a building. Also, working as per the conformity of the regulatory authorities becomes a difficult task in construction-based business.

Utilization of simulation technology has grown rapidly in recent years as it has helped building developers and architects to allocate resources efficiently and enhance the productivity of development without compromising with the overall quality.

The simulation is also increasingly utilized in architecture and construction domain to understand and optimize the issue associated with green house gases emitted by the buildings. The SIMULIA solutions from SIMUSERV can provide you with the detailed information related to construction models which are otherwise difficult and expensive to obtain using real-time technology.

Software solutions like CAD-integrated FEA suite and SIMULIA Abaqus can help developers for calculating the deformations in the building structure in the nonlinear or linear regime along with analyzing the strength.



Testing the building to withstand various forms of loads caused due to natural calamities (earthquakes), heavy equipments and occupants etc becomes an integral part of building design and construction. Studying the impact of damage and contact on the building can be done in detail using SIMULIA solutions.

The simulation suite from the company boasts multiple features like response spectrum analysis, material models with broad range and modal and buckling analysis to name a few which are essential during building design and development.

For design and development of excavations and foundations associated with construction work, there is requirement of examining the soil and interaction of soil with the structure. Studying the impact of pore fluid in soil which can result in soil deformation is also important process of construction projects.

This is where SIMULIA based solutions provide practical simulation for studying the interaction of structure with soil along with soil deformation. This system can be utilized for predicting time-based deformation of soil. The solution has essential geotechnical based features like creep models, multiple geotechnical models of different materials, soil/soil contact, non-soil/soil material contact and anisotropic permeability and several others.