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Reusing legacy finite element data to create system-level models

Learn how to overcome common issues when creating system-level models through FEA data reuse

The quote from Daft Punk also applies to durability engineering

Speed up durability road load data analysis to accelerate the delivery of critical insights

Daft Punk said: “Work it harder. Make it better. Do it faster. Make us stronger.” Read this blog to see how road load data analysis applies this for durability engineering.

Engines in the production lines ready for vibroacoustic end-of-line testing

How end-of-line testing can automate product fault detection

In the automotive sector, end-of-line testing uses vibroacoustic measurements to automatically and objectively detect faulty parts in the production line….

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5 reasons aerospace companies need model-based Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS)

Find out what it means to digitalize your Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety (RAMS) process and why it is so important.

optimizing e-drive NVH to ensure outstanding performance, comfort and satisfaction

Improving the e-Drive NVH performance of your electric vehicle with a digital twin

NVH engineers want to reduce the risk of encountering e-drive NVH issues late in the design process. But, optimizing e-drive NVH to create a sound that fits your brand image, is challenging. Where to start? Let’s start here.

Wright Brothers first flight

118 years ago Wilbur and Orville Wright made history

118 year ago today, Wilbur and Orville Wright made history at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Located on a series of…

nonlinear analysis with femap

Driving simulation accuracy with nonlinear analysis for better products

Learn how nonlinear analysis can help you ensure accurate simulation results and improve product performance.

Model-based verification and design optimization of controller calibration

In 1968, Volkswagen became the first company to use a computer in a car. The D-Jetronic, created by Bosch, controlled…

How the predictive digital twin supports energy operations

Why is the digital twin so crucial for energy operations? And which digital twin should you rely on? Learn how…