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13
Sep

MaterialCenter 2020 Release

Do you know what materials and restricted substances are being used in your products? Do you know the full history and test data pedigree of your materials? Turn Materials Risk into Materials Strategy with the exciting release of MaterialCenter 2020. Join the webinar and improve product quality while saving cost and development time. Ensure a …

6
Sep

MSC Software 2019 China Users Conference

Thank you for a great 2019 China Users Conference held in Shanghai, China from August 29th-30th. During the two-day conference, nearly 900 CAE experts, professors, scholars, and partners in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, machinery, and shipbuilding attended to learn how simulation accelerates intelligent change. The conference focused on CAE from a global perspective …

22
Aug

Leveraging MSC Nastran Embedded Fatigue Significantly Increases Result Precision

By Marcus Fälth, CAE Technology Specialist, Research and Development Department, Husqvarna AB Durability analysis, including material fatigue life prediction, is a very important part of Computer Aided Engineering. It provides valuable information about the product service life, which highly influences customer experience and satisfaction. Husqvarna Group, global leading producer of outdoor power products, count on …

14
Aug

The 10x ICME Solution to Save Millions of Dollars in the Material Development Process

Developing and integrating new engineering materials is an expensive endeavor requiring numerous years and millions of dollars. MSC Software has developed the 10x Integrated Computational Material Engineering (ICME) Solution to address both business and engineering challenges in the materials development and utilization process. Each individual solution is described below. Virtual Material Development – Contemporary engineered …

23
Jul

MSC Software 2019 Japan Users Conference

The Smart Factory was the key highlight at this year’s MSC Software Japan Users Conference, held in Shinagawa, Tokyo. To fully realize the Smart Factory, which is at the core of Industry 4.0, smart design environments for the rapid design and development of products are essential. To be able to achieve the highest competitiveness in …

11
Jul

MSC Software and RMIT University Sign MoU to Accelerate Additive Manufacturing in Australia

We are pleased to announce a partnership with Melbourne-based RMIT University’s Advanced Manufacture Precinct, a center for developing the next generation of engineers, designers and technicians, implementing the next wave of manufacturing in Australia. The agreement is specially in the area of Additive Manufacturing and pertains to the use of MSC Software’s Simufact Additive solution …

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