Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE)

Computer-aided engineering (CAE) refers to computer-aided design to support engineering tasks.

Using simulation saves time and resources

Computer-aided engineering (CAE) refers to computer usage to aid in engineering tasks. This could mean, for example, analyzing the robustness of components and assemblies for manufacturing.

Industry pressure to reduce costs and improve quality throughout the product lifecycle is driving the growth for using analysis and simulation tools. With analysis tools, companies can accurately model and analyze product performance characteristics while minimizing the need for physical prototypes. CAE applications may include applications that include features such as dynamic motion simulation, strength analysis, system-level performance evaluation and advanced response, durability, computational fluid dynamics, thermal and a combination of all of these, as well as multi-physics engineering analysis.

Choosing the right tools is key to achieving the business benefits you require from simulation.

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