BETA CAE Systems DEEN is a desktop application that can open data from most post-processors holding models, simulation results, and additional data.
Beta CAE offers a wide variety of training courses that lead to a certification according to the course level and type.
Using the Occupant Injury Criteria tool, combined with the rest of the available functionality of the META post-processor, simulation engineers can easily, extract occupant injuries from ATDs and HBMs along with their Restraint Systems' results, compare simulations with physical tests, and generate reports according to a wide range of regulations and consumer ratings.
Modular Run Management is a new methodology for the preparation and management of complex structures, key results, and reports. It combines established practices with state-of-the-art methodologies for model composition, loadcase set-up and model integrity checking, and facilitates storage and data sharing via inbuilt data management functionality.
Learn more by reading BETA CAE System’s recent White Paper on Modular Run Management methodology.
BETA CAE Systems introduces version 22.0.0 of its comprehensive software suite for engineering simulation. The company—one of the oldest in the simulation software business—says this update improves all elements of simulation workflow and management.
A new tool automatically simplifies a detailed Finite Element model to a beam-panel model assembly. Then, a Beam Cross section Optimization is performed on the simplified model. The optimum solution is automatically applied on the detailed model using mesh morphing methods, producing an updated detailed model used to verify the analysis’ accuracy.
Watch this video as presented by Mr. Jürgen Bruns from Volkswagen AG, at the 8th BEFORE REALITY Conference.
Watch this video presentation by Mr. Jean-Christophe Carniel from Groupe PSA, at the 8th BEFORE REALITY Conference.
During new vehicle development the current design is frozen and released and important attributes are analyzed virtually. After such a release, a vast amount of data is available and CAE models need to be created or updated as fast as possible with high quality. The process of collecting, checking and preparing all data was cumbersome and a significant amount of time was also needed to check and correct the received models which could have been based on incorrect input.
The auto industry has been moving from a physical test-based development process to more of a virtual one. All aspects of the vehicle’s design and performance targets are being driven by the use of CAE simulations. Taking the data from one format like CAD and putting them into various formats that physics-based solvers can use is key. Honda R&D America's Mr. Eric Dehoff presents at the 8th BEFORE REALITY Conference.