Imagine if you could examine dozens, hundreds, thousands of design alternatives before committing to a single component. If you could understand the tradeoffs you’re making between weight, shape and capacity?
This white paper explores how leading companies are balancing the tradeoffs between components, materials, manufacturing processes and costs to create the optimal product for a particular market niche. Even though physics simulation is still the most frequently used type of optimization, innovators are moving towards agile product development routines. This helps companies make simulation relevant across the enterprise to shape a reliable and effective product innovation framework.
Read about how companies like Bombardier, Cummins and Land Rover BAR have been successful in managing the complexity of modeling across multiple domains.