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How to sustain the ongoing evolution of industrial simulation?

The evolution of industrial simulation has been marked by a transition from primarily scientific and proprietary software to a market dominated by sophisticated commercial products.

On the ongoing evolution of industrial simulation

Industrial simulation – from where it is today, to where it might be in the future. Simulation as of today is still only accessible by a very expert centric user group. Technical as well as non-technical barriers prevent adoption of simulation by anyone and all who might benefit from it. How can we enable the adoption of CAE to its full potential?

Enabling sound design through more accurate industrial vibro-acoustic trim models

Current-day product design engineers from many industries (manufacturers of cars, trains, planes, industrial machinery, white goods, smartphones, …) find themselves…

A Simcenter personal consultant realized with Generative AI

You could do it all yourself, and it’s not as if you haven’t been doing so for many years. Trawling through user documentation, installation guides, knowledge-based articles, all in an attempt to find the answer to a specific question you have in mind. Using a simple text Search feature might take you to a relevant pdf document, the rest though is up to you. Tiresome, manually intensive and rarely pleasurable. What if you could just call on a Personal Consultant, a Digital Helper, to answer your question directly?

Imagine a world without toolbars or menus

Generative AI will revolutionize how a user interacts with CAE software. An interactive conversational approach with an embedded Personal Assistant may well remove the need for Toolbars and Menus in the future.

Exploring the quantum frontiers of differential equations in engineering

Intro Differential equations offer valuable insight into fluid dynamics, heat transfer, structural mechanics and other pivotal domains, by capturing the…

Computer Aided Engineering in the Industrial Metaverse – Part 2

The Industrial Metaverse (IM) is a virtual world in which one can interact with the digital twin. From a Computer…

Illustration of an engineer of East Asian descent at a workstation engaged in generative AI design on floating digital screens, with a detailed physical model of a drone with exposed circuitry and mechanical parts on the desk beside them. The model reflects the generative AI's output, showcasing the practical application of the AI's computations in real-world engineering.

Generative engineering and the role of simulation

The community is abuzz with talk about Generative AI tools, but how can we exploit generative engineering to advance our productivity?

The transformative power of fusing Machine Learning and physics-based simulation in CAE tools - Oil painting by DALL-E

Beyond traditional engineering simulations: How Machine Learning is pioneering change in engineering

Machine Learning technologies are not just incremental enhancements; they hold the promise to revolutionize our understanding and application of simulation in engineering.