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Engineer innovation through the prediction of product performance

As you innovate new, improved products, your design evolves through a large number of incremental changes. You need to be able to predict how these intended improvements influence real world performance, for better or for worse.

Computer aided engineering simulation allows engineers to see into the future, predicting the consequence of any design change on the real- world performance of their products. Deployed effectively, it can be used to improve your design through multiple iterations, providing data to guide the design process from its earliest stages, through to production and beyond.

This product includes best-in-class simulation tool that provides the most comprehensive set of physics models of any industrial Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) tool. By adopting a compromise free approach to physics modelling, you will have confidence that your predictions match the real-world behavior of your product across its full operating envelope.

CAE Simulation

As you innovate new, improved products, your design evolves through a large number of incremental changes. You need to be able to predict how these intended improvements influence real world performance, for better or for worse.

Computer aided engineering simulation allows engineers to see into the future, predicting the consequence of any design change on the real- world performance of their products. Deployed effectively, it can be used to improve your design through multiple iterations, providing data to guide the design process from its earliest stages, through to production and beyond.

This product includes best-in-class simulation tool that provides the most comprehensive set of physics models of any industrial Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) tool. By adopting a compromise free approach to physics modelling, you will have confidence that your predictions match the real-world behavior of your product across its full operating envelope.

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