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NX Synchronous CAE – Part 3 - CFD

This is part 3 in the series “NX Synchronous CAE”.  In this post, I would like to discuss how Synchronous Technology can be useful in CFD (computational fluid dynamics) Analysts face a unique......
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Make Your Way to Music City for PLM Connection

In 12 weeks and counting, quite a few of us will be in Nashville, Tenn., for the annual Siemens PLM Connection event. It’s the largest gathering of our customers around the globe. If you use any ......
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Ride The Rails at 350 kph With Innovative Rail Design

  The first time I rode the TGV from Geneva, Switzerland, to Paris, France, I was amazed at the speed (~300 kph). But today’s high-speed trains go even faster. One of our NX customers......
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Pharma-Bio Simulation

  I’m no CAE analyst - although I could play one on TV - but with a father in refrigeration, I’ve always been interested in the intricacies of heat flow and transfer. Many of today's im......
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NX Synchronous CAE;  Part 2

In Part 1 of my NX Synchronous CAE post,  I touched on how an analyst can make simple changes to non-NX design geometry to prepare the model for analysis. In this post I want to share how you ca......
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Synchronous Technology in History-Based Models

While there has been quite a bit of discussion recently about our synchronous technology in the history-free modeling mode,  I’d like to share how it can also be used in the history-based modeli......
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Traditional Versus Synchronous

There continues to be a lot of discussion on merits of history free (Synchronous technology for Siemens PLM products) versus traditional history based modeling. There are many points at which you can......
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NX Synchronous CAE

Synchronous Technology has been talked about intensively in the design community.  But did you know that it also impacts other areas - such as CAE? NX’s Design Freedom powered by Synchronous ......
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Stimulation

You would have to be living under a rock to not know what the US Congress is working on this week on Capitol Hill. The Economic Stimulus Bill (warning: PDF link) has almost entirely consumed the nat......