Romax Technology, one of the world’s leading driveline simulation companies for the wind industry is enhancing its product portfolio with the launch of a number of new releases. RomaxWIND is Romax Technology’s flagship wind energy drive train simulation product providing design, analysis and optimization for systems incorporating gears, shafts, and bearings.
The main enhancement delivered with RomaxWIND 14.6 is customized reporting incorporating a flexible drag-and-drop report builder and the flexibility to create customized extensive reports. Report design templates can be saved and are reusable and sharable. The solution also allows intelligent grouping, filtering, and formatting of data. These features will save time and reduce errors during the design process by limiting the amount of further post-processing that users have to do to generate reports.
“This new report generating functionality enables users to get results that are customized to support their internal reporting processes,” Simon White, RomaxWIND product manager said. “It means clients can drastically reduce the amount of data manipulation and get the key results they need in minutes not days.”
This is accompanied by a new version of CONCEPT (release R3.0) which includes improved gear design capability and modelling of planetary gear sets. CONCEPT offers rapid modelling and analysis of drive lines for gear design, system layout design, and component sizing and rating.
Romax’s CAD FUSION (release R1.1), which brings seamless integration with CAD tools for improved modelling efficiency, robustness and collaboration is also benefiting from new important features for those who work with 2D CAD models. The new release of CAD FUSION allows intelligent importing of 2D CAD drawings to reduce modelling time and errors.
These upgrades will further help users of Romax’s suite of software tools in supporting a Right First Time product development process, ultimately leading to faster time-to-market and improved product quality.
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