Simulation 101 for non-cae experts
Product development involves the stages of design, simulation, and analysis. Simulation, although crucial, can be overwhelming for those not familiar with Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) due to complex concepts, specialized equations, and advanced mathematics.
If you are involved in product design or management and are looking for tools to simplify CAD design, check out this e-book covering topics such as:
- Basic simulations: structural, modal, and thermal
- Advanced analysis: dynamics, mechanisms, and drafting
- Democratizing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) for designers
- Multiphysics and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
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Here you will find a guide that can assist managers without expertise in simulation in product development to grasp the fundamentals.
Let's take a look at three more classes of analysis. These are a bit more advanced than those discussed in the previous section but are still commonly used.
What we call "classical mechanics" uses "closed-form equations" to calculate displacement, reaction forces, stresses, and more.