Veritrek is reporting to have developed a better way to process complex, thermal models and the company helps engineering teams to analyze smarter, as the firm’s reduced-order, thermal modeling approach provides more information which, in turn, leads to better solutions.
Veritrek has continually sought a way to improve the current approach to thermal modeling, believing that the traditional approach to thermal modeling and analysis could be improved to shorten timelines and increase productivity. The true goal was to provide speed and efficiency, while also enhancing thermal analysis, to deliver better design solutions that are effective and easy-to-use.
Initially developed for responsive space, Veritrek now caters to Thermal Desktop users who want to speed up simulations and receive more information from their data. With the ability to leverage data in new ways, previously unfeasible trade studies, sensitivity studies, or design optimization efforts can now occur. All of this leads to better, more detailed thermal design solutions.
Engineering teams at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, Sierra Nevada Corporation and others have leveraged reduced-order model (ROM) speed and power to run simulations and analysis using Veritrek’s simple, automated, and repeatable method. At Veritrek, the goal has always been to provide a Thermal Desktop solution that’s efficient, high quality and a great value. With a ROM in hand, thousands of simulations can be run in seconds, allowing the user to conduct new analyses that, in the past, were expensive and time-consuming.