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.
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.
This is the first of three articles demonstrating the growing acceptance of High Performance Computing especially in new user communities and application areas.
Computer-aided engineering (CAE), software continues to suffer from being the outsider at the party, despite predictions of its popularity.
Digital Engineering's Brian Albright writes about making simulation easier to use.
The arrival of the Functional-Mockup-Interface (FMI) has been a game changer by simplifying the combination of models from different tools.
Technical paper for Sim App requirements published in June 2016.
More detailed and faster simulation with high-performance cloud computing.
Simulation Applications are advancing product quality, innovation, and productivity by allowing non-experts to safely run simulations.
What if there was a way to capture and embed the tangible knowledge and intangible judgement of your CAE experts throughout the product development team?
The current state of democratized simulation.
American Axle & Manufacturing's eight initiatives to improve democratizing CAE.
GKN's journey to democratized CAE.
Presentation from the 2016 NAFEMS Americas Conference, New Frontiers in Product Modeling and Simulation. Seattle, Washington, 7-9 July 2016.
The computer-aided engineering (CAE) industry is seeing a trend toward the democratization of simulation tools.
Intelligent applications provide non‐experts the ability to perform complex engineering workflows.
Alan Chalker from Ohio Supercomputer Center and Lee Margetts from simulation industry association NAFEMS join DE’s editor Kenneth Wong for the roundtable talk on supercomputing.
Engineering.com's Shawn Wasserman writes about the 5 CAE Industry Strategies to Bring Simulation to More Engineers
According to Forrest Burney, Engineering Manager at BWay. Provides a presentation on the evolution of BWay’s product development through the years, SimApps will make his life much easier while directly impacting the companies’ bottom line in a major way.
Users will now be able to access LiveLink for SOLIDWORKS in COMSOL’s Application Builder.
A Structural-Thermal-Optical-Performance (STOP) analysis is an interdisciplinary analysis used to verify optical requirements. It is performed to identify and solve design issues early before building hardware.
Comet Solutions’ Simulation Applications (SimApps™) will be available on the cloud through a partnership with the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) via the OSC AweSim initiative.
Ora Research,President Bruce Jenkins gives his take on the "Appification" of Simulation.
Intelligent templates allow a wider range of product design alternatives to be evaluated. The result: Greater Innovation.
SimApps create expert define templates to provide multiple users with engineering tools.
Digital Engineering guest blogger, Bruce Jenkins (Ora Research) recaps the NAFEMS Democratizing CAE webinar featuring GKN Driveline.
American Axle & Manufacturing Sees Dramatic Productivity Gains, Cost Savings from Automating NVH Analysis Process with Comet NVH Driveline SimApp
Capturing and extending the expertise and knowledge of CAE experts to non-CAE experts.
The “gap” between expert CAE users and non-experts will be filled by Simulation Apps.
Simulation Applications provide an easier means of using and extracting simulation without needing a CAE expert.
Digital Engineering's Mark Clarkson discusses the early successes of Democratized Simulation.
Democratization as the next revolution in simulation.
The role of intelligent templates to speed the development of laser weapon systems.