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NAFEMS is the International Association for the Engineering Modelling, Analysis and Simulation Community. We focus on the practical application of numerical engineering simulation techniques such as the Finite Element Method for Structural Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Multibody Simulation...more



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  • Synopsys Announces New Release of LucidDrive Software for Automotive Night-Driving Simulations

    Synopsys Announces New Release of LucidDrive Software for Automotive Night-Driving Simulations

    14 December 2017

    Synopsys, Inc.today announced the latest release of its LucidDrive® software product, which allows designers to simulate the performance of automotive headlamps when driving at night. LucidDrive version 2017.12, now available, includes a new feature for simulating pixel light technology, which is a type of adaptive front-lighting system (AFS) that provides individual light cell illumination on the road with high resolution. A pixel more

  • Version 3.1.1: Keep an Eye on Production Quality Everywhere

    Version 3.1.1: Keep an Eye on Production Quality Everywhere

    8 December 2017

    Volume Graphics, a provider of leading analysis and visualization software for industrial computed tomography (CT) data, introduces the long-anticipated possibility to manually re-evaluate results in VGinLINE in the latest update. The update to version 3.1.1 of Volume Graphics software brings valuable improvements that make daily work even easier for all users. Users of VGinLINE benefit from the new VGinLINE APPROVER, which makes it more

  • Goodyear, Sandia Labs Mark 25 Years of Using Computer Simulations to Improve Tire Design

    Goodyear, Sandia Labs Mark 25 Years of Using Computer Simulations to Improve Tire Design

    7 December 2017

    In a collaboration almost as old as technology transfer itself, Sandia National Laboratories and The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company have worked together for 25 years to create better vehicle tires and more advanced computational mechanics. “You might wonder how national defense systems relate to tire engineering,” said Susan Seestrom, Sandia’s chief research officer. “But a tire is a complex system more

  • Brand new adaptive DoE, seamless integration of approximation models and other enhancements in pSeven 6.12

    Brand new adaptive DoE, seamless integration of approximation models and other enhancements in pSeven 6.12

    7 December 2017

    DATADVANCE is pleased to announce pSeven 6.12, the latest version of our Design Space Exploration platform for every expertise. This release is a great leap forward in the 6.x series with its powerful new features, a number of significant enhancements and capabilities catering for the diverse needs of engineers and analytical experts. Major updates include new blocks: Design of Experiments - provides a new Adaptive Design technique with more

  • ANSYS Acquires Additive Manufacturing Simulation Leader 3DSIM

    ANSYS Acquires Additive Manufacturing Simulation Leader 3DSIM

    15 November 2017

    PITTSBURGH, Nov. 15, 2017 - ANSYS (NASDAQ: ANSS), the global leader and innovator of engineering simulation software, announced today that it has acquired 3DSIM, the developer of premier additive manufacturing simulation technology. The acquisition of 3DSIM gives ANSYS the industry's only complete additive manufacturing simulation workflow. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Additive manufacturing is the fastest-growing engineering more

  • Stratasys and e-Xstream Engineering Cooperate to Offer Customers Predictive Simulation Tools for Improved Process, Material and Part Performance

    Stratasys and e-Xstream Engineering Cooperate to Offer Customers Predictive Simulation Tools for Improved Process, Material and Part Performance

    14 November 2017

    MINNEAPOLIS-Stratasys Ltd. (Nasdaq: SSYS), a global leader in applied additive technology solutions, today announced at formnext 2017, that it is collaborating with e-Xstream engineering, a world leader in multi-scale modeling of composite materials and structures, to deliver high-performance process modeling and structural analysis numerical tools for Stratasys additive manufacturing solutions. The combination of Stratasys additive more

  • Facts, figures and images from ESTECO UM17

    Facts, figures and images from ESTECO UM17

    10 November 2017

    Two weeks ago, over 120 ESTECO technology enthusiasts gathered at the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant in Detroit, MI, for the 5th edition of the ESTECO North America Users' Meeting. The birthplace of the Ford Model T proved the perfect venue for a record-breaking edition that counted over 150 registrations, 12 high-profile speakers, 2 sold-out training courses and 5 exhibitors. The Past and future of engineering were at the core of the more

  • Co-Design Center Develops Next-Generation Simulation Tools

    Co-Design Center Develops Next-Generation Simulation Tools

    9 November 2017

    The exascale architectures on the horizon for supercomputing pose intricate challenges to the developers of large-scale scientific applications. Running efficiently at exascale will not only require porting and optimizing code but also rethinking the design of core algorithms to take advantage of the greater parallelism and more efficient calculation capabilities that exascale systems will offer. With the aim of efficiently exploiting more

  • Research could 'untangle' vexing problem in computer-simulation technology

    Research could 'untangle' vexing problem in computer-simulation technology

    9 November 2017

    Untangling quadrilateral meshes using locally injective mappings. Credit: Krishnan Suresh The computer simulations used to design, optimize, test or control a vast range of objects and products in our daily lives are underpinned by finite element methods. Finite element simulations use a mesh of geometric shapes—triangles, tetrahedra, quadrilaterals or hexahedra, for instance. These shapes can be combined to form a mesh that more

  • Building the Bridge between Meteorology and Wind Engineering

    Building the Bridge between Meteorology and Wind Engineering

    9 November 2017

    Contributed by: National Renewable Energy Centre of Spain (CENER) Mesoscale-to-microscale coupling of meteorological and wind engineering models allows wind energy researchers to improve their simulation-based design capabilities with more realistic models about the interplay between weather processes and site wind conditions. The MesoWake Marie Curie International Outgoing Fellowship has introduced a relatively simple interfacing more

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