Successfully Adopting Engineering Simuation
The value of engineering simulation is not just in applying the technology, but in how a company uses it. Leading companies have volunteered these best practices, which you can leverage to increase your own success rate.
Systematic, Frequent Use
Not just for troubleshooting, CAE has moved upfront in the design process to address potential problems at the outset. At this stage, your team can adjust design variables with minimal impact on cost and time to market.
Robust Design Investigations for Optimizing any Solution
Accurately predicting part, product or system behavior is a complex task. It requires proper modeling and relevant simplifying assumptions so engineers, managers, executives and other stakeholders can fully understand product behavior — without neglecting any important aspects. What-if analysis, design optimization and smart tradeoffs can leverage CAE use to create “best-the-first-time” designs — ones that don't compromise product performance, quality and the bottom
Staff Collaboration and Resource Integration
Modern engineering simulation requires integration in terms of physics, people, and hardware/software resources. Without an integrated plan, you do more than just waste money: You can easily reach the wrong product conclusion.
Simulation Data Management
CAE generates an explosive amount of data and IP that must be carefully managed. Tools like ANSYS Engineering Knowledge Manager (EKM), process data management (PDM) and product lifecycle management (PLM) are key to harnessing your engineering expertise and improving the way you develop new products.
Engineering products in departmental silos is no longer an option: You cannot get the needed insight to design out product flaws arising from complex component interactions. Using engineering simulation throughout the product development process increases overall product integrity.
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