Deploying Real-Time Simulation across the Enterprise
By incorporating simulation into the product design workflow, engineers can improve their efficiency.
Performing design and analysis together reduces the number of iterations and loops, getting your product to market sooner.
To maximize the gains made available by real-time simulation, product development organizations should deploy these tools across the enterprise. This involves training, adapting your infrastructure, implementing standards, and establishing workflows.
Let’s discuss five steps that enable you to not only validate your products’ ability to meet design requirements, but also optimize them for weight, strength, or any other desired quantities. Conducting design in conjunction with simulation provides a competitive advantage in the market.
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For people who don’t have a background in finite element analysis (FEA), simulation can be intimidating, so start with something easy, modal analyses.
Prior to initiating a simulation, we usually know the structural limits of our material and a desired factor or margin of safety. Use these values to compute the maximum allowable stress for your models.
Simulation is not a substitute for testing. Simulation supports testing and testing supports simulation. This is especially important for thermal analysis.
Add real-time simulation, and as designers switch between different branches, the results of the real-time simulation update immediately. This provides instant feedback regarding the quality of different choices