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Virtual Coffee Break Series: Part 14

Developing efficient processes to gain critical information to test aerodynamics and analyze racing behavior on various tracks keeps NASCAR ahead of the curve.

Here Comes the Simulation Revolution! Part 3

Our third installment details application options and look at some of the solution providers who are helping companies implement the processes and tools to more fully leverage engineering simulation.

The Democratization of Simulation and Analysis

Simulation and analysis (S&A) has traditionally been a complex undertaking handled by a small community of CAE simulation experts. They typically work on complex problems and the specialized simulation software they use reflects that intricacy.

Aras Innovator’s Investments in Simulation and Systems Engineering

Many of today's PLM solutions are notably not focused on enhancing functionality to support engineering, instead focusing on capabilities for other aspects of this business. In this video, we talk about how Aras has invested in simulation and system engineering capabilities for Innovator.

Key ingredients of effective decision making in the era of collaborative engineering

ESTECO President, Carlo Poloni shares some ingredients that have proven to be essential for effective decision making in the digital world.

SPDM: From Extreme Disappointment to the Democratization of Simulation?

From Engineering.com - Verdi Ogewell posted on February 06, 2019

Phoenix Contact Electronics GmbH: Fail-Safe Digital Twin

Configurable safety relays help prevent injuries and damage in factory automation systems by cutting off electrical power in response to data received from sensors. When a safety relay fails, the production line must be halted until the relay can be repaired or replaced, resulting in expensive downtime.

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Series: Part 12

Ohio Supercomputer Center Case Study on Pallet Design

Aras Thinks Big about Digital Transformation by Focusing on Process

Digital Engineering Editor, Jamie Gooch writes how configuration management, system thinking and sustainable transformation guide Aras expansion.

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Series: Part 11

Case Study – Dielectric Heating of an Insulated Block

Democratizing Simulation: Delivering Measurable Results

Design World Magazine, April 2019: Through the process of “democratization” organizations can safely put the power of engineering simulation into the hands of those who are not experts in using CAE software, including product designers, new engineers and even those in technical sales and customer support.

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series: Part 10

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. Democratizing HPC Part 10

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Series: Part 9

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. Democratizing HPC Part 9

SimScale: The Cloud-Based Simulation Platform that is Democratizing CAE

In an interview with Insights Success, David Heiny, CEO and Co-founder of SimScale, shares his insights into the company’s journey and its simulation solutions and services.

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Video: Part 8

Democratizing HPC – Part 8: Welding Simulation

Paving the way Towards CAE Democratization

SimScale's Anastasia Churazova writes about democratizing simulation in this 2018 blog post.

Rev-Sim Virtual Coffee Break: Part 7

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. HPC (High Performance Computing) Part 7: Democratizing HPC - CFD Modeling of ABB Transformers

Rev-Sim Coffee Break: Part 6

Democratizing HPC. Ohio Supercomputer Case Study: Aircraft Design

Simulate Sooner

What you need to implement a simulation-driven design workflow.

ANSYS Provides Path to Cloud HPC

ANSYS Cloud delivers on-demand cloud HPC access within the ANSYS portfolio to democratize simulation.

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Series: Part 5

Rev-Sim Coffee Break Series: Democratizing High Performance Computing – Air Bag Simulation with ANSYS LS-DYNA

MCADCafe Industry Predictions for 2019 – The Uber Cloud

UberCloud president & co-founder Wolfgang Gentzsch shares his industry predictions for the coming year.

Democratization in FEA

Democratization is defined as the action of making something accessible to everyone. In the context of finite element analysis (FEA), this is usually defined as making FEA software easy to use for a non-expert.

Simulate Sooner

What you need to implement a simulation-driven design workflow. Design engineering Magazine, December 2018.

Agile Engineering Processes: The Business Impact of Simulation Democratization

Presentation from Matteo Nicolich, Marco Turchetto (ESTECO SpA) and Cristiano Persi, Andrea Santoro (Ergolines Lab Srl)

Democratizing CAE: Lessons learned from an enterprise practitioner

Bruce Jenkins (Ora Research) writes that a highlight of the NAFEMS 2016 mini-symposium was a presentation of lessons learned from an enterprise practitioner, Glenn Valine, Director Engineering IT at GKN Driveline North America, Inc.

CAE’s Pivotal Role in Innovation

An interview with Umberto Lecci of Elettronica Group, a world leader in Electronic Warfare solutions.

The Democratization of CFD: Mind the Gap?

Is the CFD industry where one might hope it to be in terms of truly democratized usage? Keith Hanna shares his thoughts.

Thought Leader Thursday: Democratizing “Engineering in the Cloud”

The cloud is becoming a popular topic across many industries as engineers are exploring the endless opportunities to create innovative products and solutions.

Simulation: Are we democratized yet?

Years ago, finite element analysis (FEA) was prohibitively expensive, required expert training, and delivered dangerously flawed results. Is simulation more accessible now?

Here Comes the Simulation Revolution! Part 1

By democratizing simulation, its power will be safely and robustly extended into the hands of non-experts, including designers, junior engineers, and even those on the sales front.

Simulation Only at Validation; There’s Got to Be Another Way

Computer-aided engineering (CAE) tools have the power to take the gut feel and rules of thumb out of the engineering world. The old guard shouting, “This is the way we always did it,” won’t cut it in today’s market.

In Praise of Simulation

PTC's Gregory Brown writes that simulation is no longer entirely the preserve of degreed specialists, and is evolving to serve a broader audience.

4 Must-Know Simulation Trends in Lean Manufacturing

Practice makes perfect may be a cliché, yet the agile and time-to-market benefits of simulation in manufacturing are too great to ignore.

The Democratization of Computer-Aided Engineering

Advances in computer processing speed and that ability to share very large files have helped make collaboration possible.

Expanding Simulation with New Technology, Apps and Democratization Tools

The industry is aiming to make simulation more pervasive. To do that, you must first make simulation usable by non-experts and ensure that there is a steady supply of experts to verify the works of others.

Democratization of Modeling & Simulation in Biomechanics

Authored by: Ahmet Erdemir - Department of Biomedical Engineering and Computational Biomodeling (CoBi) Core - Lerner Research Institute, Cleveland Clinic

Is Timeliness a Key to the Democratization of Simulation?

CIMdata's Keith Meintjes gives his take on the impending Democratizing Simulation wave.

CAE Software Reinvented for the Cloud

Even for large or complex designs, the access to up to 96 cores and real-time simulation allows customers to get their results faster than was ever possible before with any traditional simulation tools.

What Makes a Good Simulation App?

Simulation app makers weigh ease of use vs. functionality for specific uses cases. Digital Engineering's Kenneth Wong explores what makes a good Simulation App.

Democratization in FEA

Most of the discussion on FEA democratization tends to focus on CAD-embedded FEA. The downside of making FEA software accessible by all is often stated as there may not be adequate understanding of the underlying principles of FEA.

Rev-Sim Webinar Series: Can Non-Experts Safely Utilize Advanced Modeling & Workflows?

Rev-Sim's Malcolm Panthaki and EASA's Mike Nieburg answer the question... Can non-experts safely utilize advanced modeling and workflows?

Engineering with Excel

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

FEA Modeling for Change

This article reviews some ways in which FEA modeling can anticipate design changes and keep ahead of the curve.

Introduction to Engineering Simulation for Non-Specialists

That upfront engineering simulation stuff is fast encroaching on your job, and you're feeling adrift. What do you do now?

Future Engineers Gain Experience from Design Software Democratization

The democratization of design software is a trend that makes engineering tools accessible to new users through improved user interfaces (UI) and access.

Case Study: Rossignol and ANSYS Discovery

ANSYS is changing the game for Rossignol

Case Study: ANSYS and Astec

Discovery Live Paves the Way for Rapid Simulation Results

Design FAQs

Interactive simulation tool provides near real-time feedback.

Anticipating the Next Revolution in Engineering Simulation

ANSYS white paper: Anticipating the Next Revolution in Engineering Simulation

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