digital twins

Digital twins are widely used in modern construction. Digital twins are virtual copies of the existing objects. Such copies make it possible to run  significant simulations that were impossible before.

Simulation makes digital twins especially popular. Experts admit high demand for multi-physics models that represent the complete view of various physical elements and structures. This is a critical aspect for some areas.

The most efficient techniques of simulation are:

  • CFD (computational fluid dynamics);
  • BIM (building information modeling);
  • MBS (multi-body systems);
  • FEA (finite element analysis).

It’s expected that simulation achievements will optimize different operational aspects.

Benefits of Digital Twins

Inferential models for building modeling

Models of digital twins are devoted, first of all, to buildings performance features. For example, Improved sensors are used for creating models that reflect technological features impacting pricing, quality, and assembly. Thus, the human factor within a model can be reduced. Model updates are implemented automatically.

Generative system design

A technological approach to generative design is helpful for design offers automatization, considering the initial set of specifications. Generative design is traditionally used in engineering for the creation and optimization of single elements. It’s expected that improved algorithms will be helpful for solving wider issues concerned with the holistic structures.

Compressed models

Artificial intelligence can be honed for shortening the size of data that requires less computing power. Such an approach can help to set the support complicated digital copies for remote access. Digital twins with smaller size can be rather valuable for new services.

Digital twins for several domains

 Means for simulation integration open new benefits for developing multi-domain models. They are based on multi-physical and integration tools for working across security and infrastructural domains.

Digital twins covering simulators of a physical system and web-emulators are more reliable from the point of view of resilience because their algorithms can respond to such scenarios.

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