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Simulation for Everyone using Simulation Apps

Making Simulation Practical and Safe for Non-Experts!

The ease, efficiency and speed of using simulation software is perhaps the primary factor impacting how frequently and widely simulation is conducted.  Historically, its complex nature limited usage to a very small group of highly experienced experts. In response, Simulation Apps has emerged as a means to allow a much broader audience of non-specialists and occasional users to safely benefit from simulation.

 

  • Success Stories

    What good is a revolution if it doesn’t result in change? See how companies are achieving measurable improvements in time savings, simulation data…
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  • A Revolution In Simulation

    Your one source of information on the Revolution in Simulation: Technical Papers, Feature Articles, Webinars, Presentations, Industry Blogs, and more!
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  • Democratizing Modeling and Simulation by “Appification”

    Democratizing Modeling and Simulation by “Appification”

    "Companies are beginning to realize that they are sitting on a gold-mine of untapped potential." Read on to learn more!

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    EASA’s Sebastian Dewhurst, Director of Business Development, discusses a platform that enables “appification” and democratization of an organization’s most valuable simulation and analytics tools.

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  • Engineering with Excel

    With the right tools and best practices, organizations can move the digital thread forward and keep Excel.

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    The tried-and-true spreadsheet remains an engineering staple despite an eye-popping palette of state-of-the-art technologies, from advanced simulation to product lifecycle management (PLM), each intended to bring efficiencies and productivity gains to design workflows.

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  • Enabling Democratization by Engineers for Engineers

    John Aldred, VP of Product Management for HBM Prenscia provides this presentation at the CAASE 18 conference.

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    This presentation discusses: why democratization is not more widely adopted, Democratization in practice, Democratization in the hands of engineers, and the process to create an App.

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  • Engineering to Dollars – Streamlining a Complex Configuration, Modeling and Proposal Generation Process Into a Simulation App

    Engineering to Dollars – Streamlining a Complex Configuration, Modeling and Proposal Generation Process Into a Simulation App

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    Generating a proposal for a wind farm project was a massive undertaking, involving site suitability analysis, proposal generation, and subsequent project management. The highly manual process involved many disjointed steps involving software, documents and data, emails and meetings in order to obtain the necessary input from experts familiar with specific components and engineering, environmental and business issues. Proposals were taking many weeks to complete, negatively impacting GE’s competitive position.

    By creating a custom Simulation App, GE was able to create and deploy a substantially simplified and streamlined solution.

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  • Fit for Purpose App at ZF & TRW Automotive

    Learn how a Pitman Arm Smart Generator process was reduced from 2 weeks down to only a few hours with a fit for purpose app.

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    EASA

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    ZF and TRW Automotive worked with Front End Analytics and EASA to have fit for purpose app developed for a Pitman Arm Smart Generator, allowing users to confidently create new designs with any web browser in minutes!

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  • Simulation Apps Replaces Traditional Access to CAE Software Workflows

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    With EASA, Air International has leveraged the benefits of simulation and modeling by creating custom, task-specific web apps simplifying the use of many CAE workflows, including tools such as Fluent, NX/NASTRAN, and CATIA. Furthermore, expert knowledge was embedded into the streamlined user interface, making modeling and simulation available to engineers and designers with little or no CAE experience while also significantly accelerating the process for experienced users.

    In addition to significant ease of use improvements, Air International benefited from many other EASA advantages, including:

    • Deployment of tools and models was easy and fast
    • Access control (who could see results, use apps and collaborate) was implemented, as well as audit information tracking
    • Critical intellectual property embedded in the models was completely secured
    • Custom apps could be developed by experienced modelers without relying on programmers, enabling a highly efficient implementation and knowledge capture process
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  • Modernizing Legacy Inhouse Codes with Simulation Apps

    Modernizing Legacy Inhouse Codes with Simulation Apps

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    The problem of legacy applications

    Over the past four decades, IT staff at Monsanto have developed many custom applications to help the firm’s managers, engineers, and plant operators to solve problems specific to the business. However, these applications were developed in the days of DOS; being command line driven, they were very difficult to use, especially for younger employees accustomed to more modern graphical user interfaces.

    Moving to a new environment

    Monsanto decided to utilize EASA’s patented approach. EASA enables rapid codeless creation and deployment of web-based applications that connect to one or more existing software tools.

     

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