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CAASE20 Will Feature Simulation Training, IndyCar Night
NAFEMS Americas, Digital Engineering present CAASE20 Conference in June
CAASE20 Will Feature Simulation Training, IndyCar Night
NAFEMS Americas, Digital Engineering present CAASE20 Conference in June
Democratization Advancing, but Cautiously
Engineers are slowly embracing new technologies and design approaches, but doing so with some level of skepticism.
3D Metal Printing Applications on the Rise
Metal 3D printing is growing rapidly thanks to advancements in additive manufacturing technology and in materials among other advances.
Material Concerns in a Complex Design World
The use of more composite materials, the emergence of generative design approaches, new simulation tools and the adoption of various additive manufacturing (AM) solutions are playing a role in increasing this complexity.
3D Printing Isn’t the Death of Die Casting
CAASE19 Virtual Conference sessions explores how additive manufacturing can augment existing die casting processes.
MBSE: The Unseen Navigator to Mars
CAASE19 Virtual Conference keynote demonstrates how model-based systems engineering is guiding the next Mars Rover project.
Digital Engineering and NAFEMS Americas Launch CAASE19 Virtual Conference
The virtual conference will explore the use of simulation and analysis across the design/development process.
Meshless FEA Opportunities
Is there a future for meshless methods in mainstream analysis?
Digital Engineering interviews E-Xstream engineering at CAASE 18
DE's Tony Lockwood interviews Ron Rogers from e-Xstream engineering at CAASE 18, the Conference on Advancing Analysis & Simulation in Engineering.
Pushing Democratization Beyond a Buzzword at CAASE 18
Simulation industry experts discuss the challenges faced by organization who want to advance the democratization of simulation.
Don’t Be Too Busy To Improve
It takes an enormous effort to successfully introduce a disruptive technology to a busy workflow. Is the problem that engineers don’t think they need the new software, or are they just too stuck in their ways—or too busy...
Live from CAASE: Simulation, Modeling Play Larger Role in Medical Device Evaluations
Medical device manufacturers rely on simulation for design and development of their products, but efforts are underway to combine various simulation approaches with other types of medical modeling.
Live from CAASE: Simulation is Cleared for Certification Takeoff
FAA's Safarian says we can learn a lot more from a good validated analysis than we can from a test when certifying aircraft.
Live from CAASE: Simulation Helps NuStep Improve Component Design
By combining two of the results in order to achieve targeted displacement and inertia goals, NuStep was able to come up with an optimal design that reduced weight and ensured the machine would steel operate comfortably for users.
Live from CAASE: Collaboration Fuels Innovation
Companies should be open to the possibilities of working with other companies, and to extend their reach beyond the four walls of their enterprise.



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