The universal CAE tool for modeling, analyzing and optimizing complex systems on a single software platform; with a subsea libraries to meet the unique needs of this industry.

SimulationX®, a software produced by ESI ITI GmbH, is the trend-setter in physical system simulation; with ready-to-use model libraries for 1D mechanics, 2D planar mechanics, 3D multibody systems, power transmission, hydraulics, pneumatics, thermodynamics, electrics, electrical drives, magnetics as well as controls – post-processing included. The tool is unique in terms of library integration, modeling comfort and flexibility with an up-to-date user front end.

SimulationX® was the first universal CAE tool with subsea specific hydraulic and electrical libraries.  It has quickly become the software of choice for complex dynamic analysis in the offshore/subsea industry.SimulationX

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To make SimulationX® the dynamic software of choice for the offshore/subsea and maritime industries, ESI ITI and Agito jointly developed subsea libraries with ready to use standard subsea component models, such as:

  • subsea control modules
  • umbilicals (horizontal-vertical and vertical-horizontal)
  • electrical power units
  • electrical junction boxes
  • transformer
  • subsea valves
  • deep-water accumulator
  • subsea compensators
  • ROV stabs; single line and double line

SubSea Hydraulic
is based on the existing SimulationX® libraries Hydraulics, Mechanics and Signal Blocks. Hence all properties from these libraries are also available, for instance; pressure, temperature and gas fraction dependent hydraulic fluid properties. An extensive Fluid Library offers a great variety of pre-defined hydraulic fluids. Users can easily modify or enhance the list of pre-defined fluids at any time.

SubSea Electrical
is a specially designed library for modelling electrical systems in subsea environments. As power and signals in these applications are transmitted within one system, models built with SubSea Electrical can be used for both signal and power analysis