Simulating Reality, Delivering Certainty


Deliver Faster Results with FEM Using MSC Apex

The finite element method (FEM) is increasingly used for structural calculations. For the most part, FEM is used to calculate structural deformation, stress, fatigue life, vibration, or temperature. The manufacturing of a product may be simulated within MSC Apex, and one can calculate the acoustics, crash behavior, and many other disciplines.  The FEM model answers ...

Want to Showcase Your Design Innovations With the World?

MSC Software’s annual Simulating Reality Contest brings together the most cutting-edge engineering CAE design projects by showcasing their innovations through the utilization of MSC Software solutions. One of the 2016 Winners in the Industrial Category, Evotech CAE LTD, designed an optimized A380 Landing Gear Bracket with MSC Apex and MSC Nastran. Evotech’s design objective was ...

3 Reasons You Should Attend the 2017 NAFEMS World Congress

  MSC Software is proud to be a silver sponsor of the NAFEMS World Congress. The congress is hosting the 3rd International Conference on Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM), as well as Manufacturing Process Simulation & Additive Manufacturing Symposium in Stockholm, Sweden on June 11-14. Utilizing simulation during the product development cycle is becoming ...

Need an Advanced Material Modeling Platform for Lightweighting?

One of the biggest trends in the automotive industry right now is lightweighting. A large component of this work is addressing the role of Noise, Vibration, and Harshness (NVH) specifically for powertrain components. When properly addressed, the vehicle will ultimately run smoother, quieter, and with a much more enhanced sound quality. In order to accomplish ...

What You Need to Know About Adams Real Time

Pictured Above: Adams Real Time Connected with DiM (Driver in Motion) driving simulator by VI-Grade. MSC Adams has long been the automotive industry’s tool of choice for vehicle dynamics predictions. Now, with Adams Real Time, analysts can reuse the same base model for high fidelity off-line simulations, through SIL (Software-in-the-loop) to HIL (Hardware-in-the-loop) and ADAS ...