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…

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…

Lisa’s journey: Embracing Simcenter Amesim Recommender as a new simulation engineer

Explore the benefits that engineers can enjoy by using Simcenter Amesim Recommeder. In this blog, we will track the progress of a new Simcenter Amesim User.

Simcenter in the Metaverse

Computer Aided Engineering in the Industrial Metaverse – Part 1

The Metaverse, as a concept, means different things to many people. Unsurprising as the Metaverse is in the process of…

The potential impact of Large Language Models (LLMs) on Computer Aided Engineering

Humans are lazy. Large Language Models (LLMs) – what are they and how will they help make our lives even easier?!

Engineering simulation part 3 – Modelling

‘Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler’ Albert Einstein (possibly apocryphal) Whether Einstein said this or…

Engineering simulation part 2 – Productivity, Personas and Processes

Engineering simulation continues to grow as engineers realize the productivity increase it could offer. Read this blog to learn more about the personas and processes involved in adopting simulation.