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Posts Tagged ‘Simulation Driven Design’

The Misnomer of Simulation Lifecycle Management

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago when we started hearing about Simulation Lifecycle Management (SLM). But blink your eyes and its five years later. When software providers first started talking about this type of solution, I remember there was quite a bit of confusion. What exactly does it do? Is it like

The Pitfalls of Multi-Disciplinary Simulations: Divergent Model Abstractions

For the past few years, most of the simulation and analysis industry has been abuzz about multi-disciplinary (MD) simulations. And rightly so. MD analysis offers a far more realistic view of product performance that one-off simulations. But despite the increasing availability of MD simulation capabilities, it’s not all roses. In fact, there are some serious

Breaking Down Autodesk’s Vision for Simulation

Five years ago, if you asked which software providers had the strongest set of design and simulation capabilities, it’s safe to say that Autodesk wouldn’t be the first one out of your mouth. Many would admit they’ve developed and provided a number of design and engineering accelerator type technologies, but analysis and simulation? But lo

Is Teamwork the Key to Simulation Driven Design?

Back at the beginning of December, I published a post titled The Very Real Skillset Challenges of Simulation Drive Design. It identified four main areas of knowledge or skills needed to really make a simulation driven design initiative successful including. It also looked at some typical engineer roles and their ability to gain and keep