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Simulations Conducted Within CAD Systems Are Faster, Research Finds

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Mechanical Computer Aided Design (MCAD), Mechanical Computer Aided Engineering (MCAE)

I have always wondered if any advantage that CAD provides to the simulation process could be quantified. Naturally, one would assume that CAD does, in fact, offer some value to simulation efforts. But to my knowledge, that has never been verified. In an effort to solve this mystery, I included several questions on this topic as part of my 2013 Simulation Driven Design study. Read on for some answers.

Read the full post, Simulations Conducted Within CAD Systems Are Faster, Research Finds, over at the Creo blog.

Chad Jackson is an Industry Analyst at Lifecycle Insights and publisher of the engineering-matters blog. With more than 15 years of industry experience, Chad covers career, managerial and technology topics in engineering. For more details, visit his profile.

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