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Jan

Computer based modeling and analysis plays a pivotal role in the packaging industry as it seeks to differentiate and deliver unique value to its customers

Simulation and analysis, or Computer Aided Engineering (CAE), enables engineers and organizations to analyze and explore new packaging processes and methods in a virtual environment, reducing the time and cost requirements associated with physical and experimental testing. For over 40 years, product manufacturers in transportation industries have relied on computer simulations as a means to …

23
Jul

Getting Students Ahead of the Curve

Engineering Simulation has become a critical, if not fundamental, part of the design and development process at all forward looking companies, big and small. Students entering the job market are expected to be familiar with simulation technologies and have proficiency in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) solutions, which would also give them an edge in the …

12
Apr

System Level Dynamic Simulation for Machinery Designers – Join our Hands-on Training to Learn More

Join us in Chicago, IL (May 14) or Boston, MA (May 21) for a free hands-on workshop on Adams/Machinery. More information can be found here >> http://pages.mscsoftware.com/adams-machinery.html The original article was written by Evan Yares, Senior Editor & Analyst, Software & Published on Design World Online Adams/Machinery makes analyst-level simulation practical for the rest of …

9
Apr

Lightweight, High Performance Composites – Using FEA to Predict the Gradual Failure of Adhesives

Question: How can FEA be used to model the gradual failure of adhesives in composites? Answer: You use the cohesive zone modeling technique. Here is quick explanation of CZM from Andrew Main’s Use of Finite Element Analysis to Create Robust Composite Designs – Going Beyond First Ply Failure. Unlike virtual crack closure, cohesive zone modeling …

3
Apr

Over Designing Fiber Reinforced Plastics

Attend our seminar in Southern California on April 23, 3013 Attend training in Indiana on May 30, 2013 Imagine you have designed a part, only to find out later the predicted maximum stresses are in fact lower. It’s too late to make any design modifications, and now your part is produced for a maximum stress …

23
Jan

Machinery Design – The Ups and Downs of Finite Elements in Elevator Design

Schindler Lifts automates its FE calculations with CAE tools from MSC Software. Schindler is market leader in the lift and escalator sector and has offices in all five continents. Schindler’s offerings range from passenger lifts suitable for small blocks of flats to sophisticated transport solutions for skyscrapers. Service lifts ensure the stress-free movement of goods and …

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