A digital twin is a virtual replica of a physical system or process. It allows for the analysis of data and testing of various scenarios to predict outcomes, improving the accuracy of performance and maintenance predictions. The technology is being increasingly applied to complex systems such as advanced reactors, enabling plant operators to make informed decisions and reduce costs while improving safety.
ASME has established a Digital Twin Task Group under the ASME Technical and Strategic Advisory Board. The group is tasked with identifying industry needs and developing guidance materials for the effective implementation of Digital Twin applications.
To learn more about ASME's Digital Engineering standards development activities, please download our ASME Standards & Certification Digital Engineering Initiatives Report here.
ASME Staff Contact
If you are interested in learning more or participating in the Digital Twin Task Group effort, please contact Grace Bolan.