Digital Engineering, July 2018

Inside this issue

Top Story: Winds of Change Hit Aerodynamics Testing

Despite more expansive use of computational fluid dynamics, carmakers are getting the best aerodynamics results by tuning engineering workflows to integrate both simulation and wind tunnel testing.

Simulation Software: Ecosystems vs. Point Solutions

Democratizing simulation will require software providers to generate a mix of specialty and high-level applications.

Simulation: SOLIDWORKS Simulation Overview, Part 2

Walk through a static analysis study of an aircraft keel section in SOLIDWORKS.

Design: Generating Collaboration

A look at two design partnerships between manufacturers and technology vendors.

Design: The Trinity of CAD

Graebert’s latest ARES software offers DWG compatibility on virtually any platform.

IOT: Smart Home’s Pursuit of Interoperability

Given the diverse set of devices developed for home automation, is interoperability achievable.

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