- Enabling Simulation Driven Design
- Combating Today’s Simulation Complexity
- Improving Program Execution with Integrated Simulation
- Simulation-Based Concept Design
- Simulation Led Design Exploration
This bundle includes a PDF for each of the following publications.
Enabling Simulation Driven Design
Aligning people, process and technology
Combating Today’s Simulation Complexity
Propagating change and tracking a configuration. These concepts don’t just apply to Bills of Materials or CAD Models. They are just as important, perhaps even more important, for today’s simulations.
Improving Program Execution with Integrated Simulation
The environment for running aerospace and defense programs is only getting more difficult. Funding in many areas is being cut and fewer and smaller projects lead to more competition.
Simulation-Based Concept Design
Simulation Driven Design initiatives have delivered part of the value promised by the original vision. However, unrealized value still remains in the application of conceptual simulation.
Simulation Led Design Exploration
When it comes to the functional aspects of engineering, there are clear advantages to conducting simulations during design. During the conceptual stages, running such analyses lets engineers know if their target requirements are feasible and perform trade studies on different ideas. In detailed stages, conducting such activities lets engineers interactively size the geometry of their designs and avoid costly errors that could turn into catastrophes downstream. In all, running simulations during design allows engineers to make more informed decisions that translate into better designs, fewer change orders, lower product costs, fewer failed prototypes, and innumerable other advantages.