Samsonite reduced a 16 week process to 1 week
with up-front simulation.
This Learn From Your Peers webinar series features manufacturing companies discussing their successful deployment of next-generation simulation technologies. Webinars are focused on the implementation journey for these companies including the challenges, solutions, benefits, and lessons learned along the way.
In this ground-breaking webinar series, we’ll look beyond the present to the next ten years of advancements in simulation that are needed to support Systems Thinking for a Model-Based Enterprise.
Can the product team, across the enterprise, get timely access to simulation data and processes? Can non-experts utilize advanced automated simulations? Why should SPDM be seamlessly integrated with the enterprise Digital Thread?
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Rev-Sim.org provides professional resources and a collaborative community to help increase the value of engineering simulation software (CAE) investments through the Democratization of Simulation.
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Here you’ll have free access to success stories, news, articles, whitepapers, blogs, presentations, videos, webinars, best practices and reference materials to help democratize simulation in your organization. Participate in discussions with your peers and with the expert Topic Moderators. You’ll also have one-stop access to simulation specialists, industry organizations, special interest discussion groups, and industry media, along with software and consulting service providers to accelerate the return on your simulation investments.
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Revolutionizing Simulation: A Learn From Your Peers Webinar Series. How Manufacturing Companies Successfully Deploy Next-Generation Technologies to Turbocharge the Impact of Simulation
To beat the competition in the electric vehicle market automakers are focused on ensuring EV powertrains are efficient to design, manufacture and operate. As they race forward with EV development, engineers are increasingly using simulation to leverage the potential of holistically optimizing the powertrain with a systems engineering approach.
As a design engineer, have you ever had a senior PHD level engineering analyst come in for an 11th-hour design change? What if you could have collaborated together every step of the way through from conception to form factor to simulation to a final product?
Airedale chose the 6SigmaDCX software suite to help optimize the design of their state-of-the-art ACUs and chillers. The Digital Twin addresses the demand for more effective cooling systems by using Computational Fluid Dynamics to simulate airflow. This has improved Airedale’s performance in design stages and enabled them to build a precise replica of their test facility. For Airedale, this has resulted in better offerings to customers as well as enhanced research and development.
While autonomy represents an incredibly complex engineering challenge spanning multiple functions, perception systems play a foundational role. Automotive autonomy is only possible if the sensors mounted on the car accurately gather information about the surrounding environment and transmit that data to other systems — such as steering and braking — to trigger an appropriate, safe response.
Filtering contaminants from high-temperature and high-pressure flows can often justify the use of additive manufacturing, especially when the performance enhancements provided by advanced design techniques are considered. This article demonstrates this through two design examples and describes how these techniques can apply to other applications, such as boosting reaction rates in catalytic processes.