Making the Case for CAE Tool Consolidation
Can integrating multiple simulation disciplines enhance the speed and efficiency of your product design and development process?
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September 4, 2018
Dear DE Reader:
Because common wisdom has told you to get the best tool for the job, you built your workflows around a slew of disparate simulation tools. Data exchange is a drag, and multidisciplinary collaboration an aspiration. Tools with specialized algorithms help data exchange along. Collaboration remains a goal.
After a brief introduction, the paper steps through four major benefits of the Simcenter 3D consolidation approach: open integration, improved efficiency, streamlined collaboration and flexible licensing. As you can tell, the concerns of the hands-on engineer as well as corporate, engineering and IT managers are considered and detailed. An excellent part of this paper is all about how you can achieve buy-in for each of these constituencies.
The paper backs its assertions with three, quite interesting real-world case studies. Each covers gnarly problems that Simcenter 3D helped resolve. The imagery accompanying these reports is fabulous.
Chugging along erodes your competitiveness, and true multidisciplinary collaboration is a must if you want to be a player. “Making the Case for CAE Tool Consolidation” presents a forceful argument that you can run more simulations faster, accelerate design iterations and improve both collaboration and quality in a unified CAE environment. Hit today's Check it Out link to download your complimentary copy.
Thanks, Pal. – Lockwood
Anthony J. Lockwood
Editor at Large, DE
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