Category: Simulation

Digital Debunking: The Loaded Dice Advantage

When the bullfrogs stop croaking on a summer night, the vacuum of noise is almost deafening. You awaken from a hazy half-sleep, aware of a presence just outside. You moved off the grid to escape other people, but most of … Read More

A New Mission in Healthcare

There’s nothing quite like knowing you’re on the cusp of something hugely significant. Around 25 years ago, we set out to convince the engineering world that computer-based simulation represented the future. Today, it feels like we’re on a similar mission … Read More

Mechatronics and the Myth of Simultaneous Engineering

Automation is everywhere. It is in our personal and professional lives, and particularly in manufacturing it evolves each day. As these automation levels continue to grow, so too will robotic applications to help shape the future of manufacturing more than … Read More

Analysis Origins: OptiStruct

Article originally published in Benchmark Magazine by NAFEMS, the International Association for the Engineering Modeling, Analysis & Simulation Community. Find out more at nafems.org. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the engineering research community began to buzz about a … Read More