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Managing Simulation Data with TCSIM - Designing Enterprise-Level Data Workflows

The pressure to shorten time-to-market while improving product performance drives the increased use of simulation throughout the product life cycle. However, without some form of simulation management, simulation itself can become a process bottleneck.

Simulation data management helps get control of simulation data and processes to avoid common problems such as analyses performed on obsolete data, poor visibility to simulation results, and results arriving too late to drive design direction. Efficiently manage and share complex simulation to all your decision-makers to ensure the product is designed right the first time.

Originally presented: March 21, 2023
Duration: 1 hour
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Teamcenter Simulation (TcSim) manages your simulation processes, data, tools, workflows and analysis bill of materials. With its proprietary data model and an  extremely flexible framework to manage a variety of simulation tool integrations used by an organization - including Siemens tools, partner/vendor tools, compute clusters and home grown tools as well - engineers and analysts can make better decisions quicker. In addition, TcSim manages the process involved in providing the right data versions from upstream processes such as (design, requirements, system simulation, materials, parameters, etc.) to these applications and also captures the newly generated/modified data from these external applications, thereby promoting reusability, single source of truth and following the best practices of an organization.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about TeamCenter Simulation (TcSim)
  • Manage a variety of simulation tool integrations
  • Shorten time-to-market and improve workflows


Raghav Kashi, Solution Architect, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Currently a solution architect in the Simulation Management COE, Kashi possesses rich experience working with many customers globally across industries providing solutions in the area of simulation data and process management. In his previous role he was the product manager for Teamcenter Simulation defining product capabilities, working with customers to define product direction and enabling/supporting the sales teams. Kashi holds a master’s degree in international automotive engineering from University of Hertfordshire, U.K.