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Jan

Open Standards in Autonomous Driving Simulation

By Karthik Krishnan, Business Development Manager, Systems Dynamics Plenty of driving is happening in the world, and we’re not just referring to why it feels like you’re always sitting in traffic. The self-driving car race is accelerating at an unforgiving pace as companies vie to be first in the market, forcing their prototype cars to …

14
Jan

Shaping Smarter Simulation with Artificial Intelligence

By Dr. Horen Kuecuekyan, Director of Product Development & Artificial Intelligence, MSC Software Simulation provides key insights into system behavior and performance, especially with design optimization and validation. However, there are many instances where simulation or design exploration is not applicable because of limited computational resources. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a promising approach to help …

9
Jan

Ford Motor Company Uses Digimat for NVH Optimization

Advanced anisotropic damping modeling for NVH optimization The Ford Motor Company uses glass fiber reinforced plastic materials for powertrain parts such as engine covers, air intakes and engine oil pans. These materials offer numerous benefits with regards to automotive component design including lightweighting and a better damping compared to metal. However, due to the complexities …

2
Jan

MSC Nastran 2019.0: Improved Accuracy Without Sacrificing Performance Speed

Join us to learn more about the exciting new capabilities available in MSC Nastran 2019.0, available in January, 2019. With the advances in electric car manufacturing, and quieter electric motor engines, high frequency Noises and Vibrations are becoming more prominent, which makes NVH calculations exponentially more expensive. In this release, we are introducing a new …

10
Dec

MSC Apex and Hexagon PPM Smart 3D Integration

From recreational craft, to tankers, to ships built for defense and homeland security, modern shipbuilders are creating enormously complex systems. Driven by market pressures to control production, reduce operating costs, address environmental concerns, ensure safety, and increase human comfort, manufacturers look to reduce material costs, design, and development costs. Shipbuilding industries are required to maintain …

3
Dec

MSC Software Workshops: December 11-12, 2018 – El Segundo, CA

Minimize development costs and address engineering challenges associated with additive manufacturing with the latest CAE tools and simulation methods. The availability of additive manufacturing presents engineers with new opportunities to improve the performance of load bearing structures but brings new development challenges and costs. MSC Software is hosting a 2-day workshop aimed at discussing how …

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