ESI Group is a leading innovator in Virtual Prototyping software and services. Specialist in material physics, ESI has developed a unique proficiency in helping industrial manufacturers replace physical prototypes by virtually replicating the fabrication, assembly and testing of products in different environments. Today, coupled with Virtual Reality, animated by systems models, and benefiting from data analytics, Virtual Prototyping becomes immersive and interactive: ESI’s clients can bring their products to life, ensuring reliable performance, serviceability and maintainability. ESI solutions help world-leading OEM’s and innovative companies in making sure that their products will pass certification tests - before any physical prototype is built - and that new products are competitive in their market space. Virtual Prototyping addresses the emerging need for products to be smart and autonomous and supports industrial manufacturers in their digital transformation.
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The research project EMPHYSIS led by Bosch has delivered the new “eFMI standard” for model exchange to accelerate the model-based development of embedded software, the company reports.
ESI Group says OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve “anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and heat transfer, to acoustics, solid mechanics and electromagnetics.”
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
This release extends OpenFOAM-v2012 features across many areas of the code.
(FaH) is a distributed computing project for performing molecular dynamics simulations of protein dynamics.
The visual technology holds much promise for design review and collaboration, but still faces limitations in hardware and processing power.
Though augmented reality brings benefits for collaboration and design review, hardware limitations make engineers wonder about its viability.
As access to compute resources expands, and new tools shift simulation to engineers and designers, the volume of simulation data has increased.
The topic will address PLM- and microservice-based integration approach of model-based systems engineering.
New Distortion Simulation AddOn module will help mitigate distortion problems for metal additive manufacturing processes.