This finding compares the speed at which various simulation steps are executed in CAD embedded and CAD independent software.
Simulations Conducted Within CAD Systems Are Faster, Research Finds
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 …
Average Time Spent on each Step in the Simulation Process
This finding shares the average amount of time spent on each step in the simulation process.
NGRAIN: Realizing 3D-Based Augmented Reality?
In this post, you’ll get an overview of capabilities provided by NGRAIN’s products, which focus on authoring and consuming 3D-based materials, as well as my commentary and analysis.
Top Challenges to Conducting Simulations in Detailed Design
This finding reveals the top challenges to conducting simulations during detailed design.
Top Challenges to Conducting Simulations in Concept Design
This finding shares two very different sets of challenges to conducting simulation during concept design: one for those that have adopted it and those that have not.
CITRIX: Virtualizing the Engineering Desktop with XenDesktop
This post goes into the capabilities offered by XenDesktop, a virtualization solution that specializes in 3D intensive applications. I offer my perspective on the positives and negatives of such a solution.
Is the Long Term Archival Landscape Changing?
Some things never change. Attend a CAD or PLM related conference and you’re bound to come across some angst-ridden presentations. Sometimes, it’s about software quality. Other times, it’s about the most requested feature that just never makes it into the new release. Consternation builds, and many worry such issues will never be resolved. Read the …