Spawning synthetic data from real-world data is an important aspect of autonomous vehicle training.
Based on the discussions at the ASSESS conference, there will be a lot to talk about for the next several years.
Ansys and EMA Help Intel Achieve the Impossible: EMI Simulation of an Entire Server
Creo+ is the Cloud-based version of the company’s flagship mechanical CAD software platform.
Nexa3D XiP Pro 3D printer is a new model in the company's line of resin photopolymer 3D printers.
As production-scale AM gains traction, process simulation and in-situ monitoring are keys to consistent quality and optimized performance for 3D-printed parts.
Check out the May 2023 issue of Digital Engineering 24/7. The Simulation Revolution!
How hardware access, ease of use and user adoption affect upfront use of simulation.
New GrabCAD Print Pro includes quality assurance functionality, made possible by the company’s recent acquisition of Riven. It is an enhanced version of the company’s original GrabCAD Print software.
By leveraging Ansys simulation solvers on the cloud, engineers can use their AWS subscription to do more simulations and provide better results for their end products.
This webinar covers electronic-photonic design automation (EPDA) workflows and the Lumerical compact model library (CML) compiler to provide an end-to-end representation for today’s modern optical and photonic engineers and product manufactures.
Impossible Objects CBAM 25 uses high-performance composite materials.
Expanded materials, software, services and HP Digital Manufacturing Network highlight advancements for customers.
In this Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering, learn about new innovations in digital twin, digital thread and PLM technology.
DfAM is the key to reducing post-processing burden.
The SOLIDWORKS Add-In for SimScale is a self-service integration that takes users step by step through a seamless simulation experience. Users can now leverage the powerful cloud-native engineering features in SimScale without leaving SOLIDWORKS.
Material data is the key ingredient in multimaterial part performance simulation.
Progress in 3D printing and additive manufacturing opens the door to greater applications of design-oriented tools.
Download this new white paper to learn more about the impact of emerging Generative Design tools and practices as a way to jumpstart innovation and eliminate much of the complexity surrounding iterative design workflows.
How to find the computational balance in a work-from-anywhere strategy.
Next generation product development and lifecycle management platform to replace wide range of legacy systems as part of digitalization initiative, according to Siemens.
Software also uses enhanced artificial intelligence/machine learning in new, easier interface.
Researchers leverage long-standing computational model to help 3D printing professionals predict and control printing characteristics in pursuit of consistent part performance.
Use of virtual manufacturing networks has potential to lead to greater agility and resilience in the long run.
Student Competition Profile: The FIRST Community and Team Robotics.
Nuclear power plants adopt digital twins for components and systems.
The April 2023 issue of Digital Engineering focuses on additive manufacturing, including support-free printing, multi-material applications, and designing for additive.
As artificial intelligence becomes more important to engineering, industry needs better ways to create and manage all the new data generated. Altair has taken recently acquired products in this sphere and combined them into one efficient package it calls RapidMiner. Keep reading to learn why this new platform is Digital Engineering 24/7 Editor’s Pick of the Week.
The path to adopting advanced multiphysics design practices is complicated and multifaceted.
COMSOL Multiphysics 6.1 update includes new simulation tools for audio technology and vehicle electrification.
Aeronautical engineers now increasingly rely on simulation to perform new, more demanding tasks.
Coreform Cubit 2022.11 features impact core workflows including meshing, geometry modification and import/export.
Researchers and musicians alike are turning to FEA and CFD to help with instrument design.
CAE tools are used in a broad range of disciplines and have traditionally been used by specialists. However, mainstream CAD represents a major opportunity for CAE growth. This ebook traces the transformation of different types of CAE software. It also weighs in on the impact of the newer SaaS-style simulation tools.
DE chats with Malcolm Panthaki, co-founder of Revolution in Simulation, about their mission to expand the reach of simulation technology.
The January/February issue of Digital Engineering explores how engineering technology can help improve the global supply chain.
Machine Design 24/7 Senior Editor Kenneth Wong writes that formats and conversions become irrelevant in the new workflow.
SimScale says the new features allow engineers to explicitly define key Joule heating parameters, variables, and output key metrics.
In the world of robotics, 3D printing’s ability to print lightweight, complex shapes make it a natural fit for high-value, low-volume robot parts.
Desktop Metal introduces Live Suite, a set of applications for users of the company’s binder jet additive and digital light processing manufacturing systems. Live Suite extends the company’s Live Sinter simulation software, to simulate the end-to-end printing and sintering processes.
Matt Sederberg, CEO of Coreform, discusses the challenges presented by data interchange between traditional simulation tools and CAD platforms, how isogeometric analysis can potentially help solve these problems, and how the Coreform IGA platform leverages this type of analysis to streamline engineering workflows.
Digital Engineering magazine is conducting a research survey on HPC Usage for Simulation. Survey participants will be offered a free electronic summary of the results by email. This survey will examine what the best practices are for the usage of engineering simulation related software. Individual responses will be kept strictly confidential, and data will only be used in aggregate.
Siemens Simcenter STAR-CCM+2302 features a dedicated workflow for setting up thermal runaway propagation simulations for electric vehicle batteries. Image courtesy of Siemens Simcenter.
Protolabs Instant Manufacturability Analysis online service simplifies parts design process for 3D printing.
At OzenCon, Ansys CTO Dr. Prith Banarjee discusses how AI programs like ChatGPT might change engineering simulation. NVIDIA and Dell discuss the processing power and hardware needed to run AI or Machine Learning workloads.
As simulation-driven design becomes a core pillar of digital product development, a refreshed simulation product data management emerges.
Intel Xeon W CPUs, Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs, and NVIDIA RTX 6000 GPUs are at the core of the new AI Workload-targeted Machines.
Watch this webinar, where experts will guide you through a generic four-bladed quadcopter drone harmonic simulation in the Cadence Fidelity CFD Platform.
This Special Focus Issue of Digital Engineering highlights the new technologies automakers are bringing to bear on their toughest design challenges. Topic areas include simulation, 3D printing, autonomous driving, and design.
Flow Science’s FLOW-3D 2022R2 Product Family has a unified solver that allows access to the features of OpenMP/MPI hybrid parallelization, whether running on an HPC cluster or an engineering workstation.
Hardware makers explain how they use analysis to configure their products.
The 3DEXPERIENCE Platform can help heavy mobile machine manufacturers innovate in a collaborative environment and overcome challenges, such as safety, that drive the market.
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Elements can examine multiple physics and logic elements in one simulation.
Digital twin technology has developed over time, but what do organizations need to ensure real-time metrics?
Increasing scope of PyAnsys enables automation, democratization, and interoperability.
Keep an eye on key technologies and on the tighter linkage of the physical and digital worlds.
Use of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms in FEA increase predictive performance, speed up processing time.
Though digital threads benefit organizations, they also pose several security concerns.
PTC's cloud-native Onshape Simulation is a new finite element analysis (FEA) solver.
Simulation is key to the engineering toolbox. However, in order to consistently achieve goals, one expert argues that efforts have to be strategic and run like a high-profitable, repeatable business.
For the one-day Design & Simulation Summit in October 2021, Digital Engineering put together a stellar lineup of knowledgeable speakers and informative presentations, to help you identify the right tools for your job and avoid the common pitfalls. Here are some highlights from the tracks.
Digital Engineering Magazine has compiled the workstation reviews from the past year, along with some feature content relevant to evaluating new design and simulation workstations.
The need for high-level customization with superior machine complexity drives manufacturers to support a global machine design to implement manufacturing strategies.
Enhancements and new features focus on increased flexibility for various simulation-driven design workflows.
Simulation, modeling, visualization and sensor-based data converge to close the design-to-manufacture loop.
With many organizations redefining the future of work and collaboration, cloud-enabled teams and tools are increasingly the lifeblood of business continuity.
New simulation and optimization tools (leveraging GPU acceleration) are improving 3D printing performance and predictability.
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.
The evolution of digital thread is still very much in flux. A number of essential components have yet to be clearly defined, and industry leaders and technology providers still have to agree on the best way to implement the concept to enable broad adoption. As a result, engineers are often left with as many questions as answers.
The digital twin continues to proliferate and is a concept often associated with Siemens, and given our investment in software, additive manufacturing and the digital industries, this is good news indeed. But sometimes these terms can be too ethereal and my interest is piqued when I see this concept in action.
Boosted by new, easier to use tools and more readily available computer resources, simulation technology is increasingly used more frequently and earlier in the design process, and by a wider array of professionals.
This week NVIDIA announced partnerships with both Dell and Microsoft around generative AI for enterprise applications. At the Microsoft Build conference, NVIDIA announced … Continue reading NVIDIA Powers Generative AI Advances
Rand Simulation, an Ansys Elite Channel Partner and a division of Rand Worldwide, has entered into a partnership with Predictive Engineering to … Continue reading Rand Simulation Acquires Predictive Engineering LS-Dyna Customers
Siemens is expanding its focus on additive manufacturing initiatives in the United States to help accelerate the transformation of the U.S. AM … Continue reading Siemens Expands U.S. Additive Manufacturing Initiatives
NVIDIA has unveiled six new NVIDIA RTX Ada Lovelace architecture GPUs for laptops and desktops that the company says can enhance the performance of workstations … Continue reading New NVIDIA GPUs Accelerate Design, Visualization Performance
Keysight Technologies, Inc. introduces the Keysight E36731A Battery Emulator and Profiler, an emulation solution that identifies the impact of variables affecting the … Continue reading Keysight Unveils Battery Emulation and Profiling Approach for IoT Devices
BETA CAE Systems, Delft Software Technology and the School of Automotive Engineering of the Changshu Institute of Technology (CIT) joined their forces and … Continue reading Three Companies Jointly Establish a Simulation Analysis Center
DE’s editors are preparing their annual Technology Outlook issue. They are asking for your opinions on various design engineering technologies. … Continue reading 2021 Optimal Design Technology Outlook Survey