In engineering, CAE simulation plays an increasingly powerful role in product design. But the factor limiting its more explosive growth is the reliance in many of the disciplines on experts and analysts. There is certainly a desire to be able to democratize at least a subset of the CAE simulation areas and broaden the pool of engineers that can effectively conduct these analyses and benefit from the more immediate performance feedback of their designs.
Simulation is gaining significance across all phases of engineering. The software is all there, but what poses problems for manufacturing enterprises is how to manage the resulting reorganization of responsibilities and workflows across the product development process. This article offers some reflections on the phenomenon and explains why taking on this change is worthwhile.
To better understand how and why the nonexperts are embracing the technology, Digital Engineering's Kenneth Wong spoke to various simulation software users on the frontier of the movement for democracy.
Digital Engineering's Beth Stackpole writes that a focus on post-processing capabilities and creative use of emerging technologies takes the democratization of simulation to the next level boosting accessibility of analysis-driven insight.
In this short video presentation, Rev-Sim Co-Founder, Malcolm Panthaki provides an update on just how much the Democratizing Simulation initiative has grown in two short years.
In this Digital Engineering article, author Kenneth Wong writes that while designer-friendly tools are on the rise, some make make the establishment uneasy.
Leveraging the expertise of your most senior analysts throughout the product development team accelerates new design validation which in turn boosts innovation. The challenge, until now, has been in how to best extend and exploit this knowledge.
This paper examines the increasing demands that designers face to deliver more robust designs early in the process and how integrated simulation capabilities can help them drive the design creation process to achieve that goal.
Today, automated meshers produce robust, high quality simulation models. Cloud-based solvers yield results in minutes. Easier-to-use interfaces make analysis available to practically anyone. And yet many companies labor to figure out how to incorporate analysis into their development processes.
In this ground-breaking webinar series from NAFEMS and Revolution in Simulation, 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. The series will explore how the latest technology trends and simulation methods will develop and impact our industry and society during the next decade.
Tuesday, April 7th, 2020 | 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm GMT
A RevSim virtual coffee break short video featuring a Greenlight Optics Case Study.
Machine Design Magazine's second installment details the implementation challenges and ROI associated with Democratizing Simulation.
Bob Farrell gives his take on what's in store for democratizing simulation in 2019.
Rev-Sim Coffee Break Webinar Series. HPC (High Performance Computing) Part 1: Series Introduction
UberCloud president & co-founder Wolfgang Gentzsch shares his industry predictions for the coming year.
More and more organizations are looking to improve their competitiveness by leveraging analysis, simulation, and systems engineering for improved design decision support, Simulation-Driven Design, generative design and robust performance evaluation of their full portfolio of products and processes
Simulation is being used for lawsuits in court, treating schizophrenia, use in middle school education and in deep learning.
Comet Solutions' Malcolm Panthaki discusses why Democratized Simulation isn't implemented overnight.
CIMdata’s Executive Consultant, Dr. Keith Meintjes, recently shared his views on the need to democratize technology so that it is easy for the end-user.