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In a new Siemens guest post, What Is an Optimized Product Design? Michelle Boucher discusses how companies use simulation to optimize their products. However, the term optimization came be a bit vague as it means different things to different people. To clarify the term, this post shares additional data from our recent study, Addressing the Bottlenecks of FEA
Michelle Boucher shares additional findings from our recent study, Addressing the Bottlenecks of FEA Simulation in this Siemens guest post, How Should You Use Simulation. This guest post discusses some of the the top ways Top Performing companies apply simulation during product development. The post shares additional survey data on the benefits Top Performers report as a result of using simulation.
Tech-Clarity’s research report, Composites State of the Market: Using Composites as a Competitive Advantage, examines survey findings on material trends and composites. Over 240 companies participated in the survey. The research finds that new materials are a significant source of product complexity. The research also finds that of new materials, composites in particular, will see a
In this Siemens guest post, How Simulation Solves Some of Today’s Top Product Development Challenges Michelle Boucher shares additional findings from our recent study, Addressing the Bottlenecks of FEA Simulation. This guest post shares some of the top development challenges companies struggle with and then shares some of the ways Top Performing companies address these challenges. Simulation is
Michelle Boucher shares new research on simulation in this Siemens guest post, Announcing New Research on FEA Simulation Bottlenecks. Simulation can be a powerful tool to help guide design decisions. Consequently, the more it used, the more value companies tend to get from it. Unfortunately, companies do not get as much value as they could because bottlenecks