On-demand: Multidisciplinary engineering for industrial machinery

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How machine builders can boost the performance of multi-disciplinary teams with an integrated CAD/CAE environment

Multidisciplinary engineering for industrial machinery

The complexity of industrial machines rapidly increases. Complex assemblies of mechanisms, actuators and control software that need to fulfill requirements on for example weight, noise, vibrations and manufacturability. To successfully build such complex products, multi-disciplinary engineering teams must be able to quickly try out multiple design variants, in short times and with strong confidence in performance predictions.

In this webinar we will show how to boost the performance of multi-disciplinary teams with an integrated CAD/CAE environment that helps to predict mechatronic system behavior, analyze vibro-acoustic performance and unlocks the full potential of additive manufacturing to holistically optimize product performance.

Available videos:

Video 1: Introduction & Simcenter 3D Motion - 47:33 min

You will learn:
  • How to gain a full understanding of the internal loads acting on various mechanical components, in order to help assess their strength and fatigue life, as well as system vibration and acoustics performance.
  • How to decide on desired motors and actuators characteristics, needed to provide the prescribed mechanism motion and minimize energy consumption.

Video 2: Simcenter Vibro-Acoustics - 56:55 min

You will learn:
  • How to use the analysis of the internal loads to assess the vibration shapes for major parts of a machine.
  • How the associated noise radiation can be limited by enclosing the machine in a noise-reduction container and predict the transmission loss of such enclosures.

Video 3: Industrializing Additive Manufacturing - 52:31 min

You will learn:
  • How a tightly integrated system reduces the complexity of the additive manufacturing process.
  • To understand how technologies like topology optimization, lattice structures and process simulation can be used to maximize the efficiency of products.
  • How simulation knowledge built into software helps to create designs that can be printed properly with first-time quality.