This paper provides an overview of how AI/ML-enabled software can improve design workflows, while also addressing common questions and concerns around implementing this technology in an engineering organization.
Advancements in both technologies are opening possibilities for manufacturing and product development.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge (IAC) organizes racing competitions among university-affiliated teams from around the world to program fully autonomous race cars and compete in a series of history-making events at iconic tracks. The most recent competition was held at the world-famous Texas Motor Speedway in November 2022.
Software tools increasingly include artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) functionality to help automate some of the basic design exploration work, identify a wider range of possible options and help designers make better decisions faster. This issue presents these new AI capabilities, as well as other ways in which simulation and CAD software has been made easier to use and more accessible to a wider range of professionals.
Exactly where does AI fit into the design and development landscape? Does it replace physics-based simulations, or are the two complementary toolsets?
Hexagon Manufacturing Intelligence Elements can examine multiple physics and logic elements in one simulation.
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.
Simulation-led workflows now dominate early-stage device design and have edged into bench testing and validation. By Desktop Engineering's Beth Stackpole.
In this Digital Engineering article, author Kenneth Wong writes that while designer-friendly tools are on the rise, some make make the establishment uneasy.
GPU-powered simulation advances democratization of simulation.
Digital Engineering Editor, Jamie Gooch writes how configuration management, system thinking and sustainable transformation guide Aras expansion.
ANSYS Cloud delivers on-demand cloud HPC access within the ANSYS portfolio to democratize simulation.
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.
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.
This article reviews some ways in which FEA modeling can anticipate design changes and keep ahead of the curve.
That upfront engineering simulation stuff is fast encroaching on your job, and you're feeling adrift. What do you do now?
Digital Engineering Editor Jamie Gooch takes a look at democratized simulation as witnessed at CAASE 18.
Digital Engineering's Brian Albright writes about making simulation easier to use.
In this June, 2018 post, Digital Engineering's Brian Albright discusses Cloud-based Simulation.
Digital Engineering's Beth Stackpole recaps the AweSim initiative.
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