FREE WEBINAR MAY 26: Under the Hood of Easy-to-Use FEA Applications

Learn tips and tricks for optimizing simulation automation and simplification in our next Hot Seat panel.

Learn tips and tricks for optimizing simulation automation and simplification in our next Hot Seat panel.

DATE: Thursday, May 26, 2022
TIME: 3:00 PM ET/ Noon PT

Below the surface of easy-to-use simulation applications, modules, and templates targeting the designers, there are many hidden automation secrets.

In a series of LIVE demos, panelists draw the curtains back to reveal the tricks, and discuss the pros and cons of the simplification methods.

Tune in to learn

  • How FEA tasks and operations are automated;
  • How automation affects the simulation results;
  • How to use safeguards to reduce errors in easy-to-use FEA.

Register here.


Mark Lamping
Business Development Manager Simcenter Mechanical

David Kahn
VP of Sales

Joe Formicola
VP of CAE Solutions
Computer Aided Technology (CATI)

Moderator: Kenneth Wong
Senior Editor
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