Engineering Design, Simulation, and Shape Optimization

In this whitepaper, specialists from Onshape®, SimScale®, and ESTECO cover the implementation of a modern design-simulate-optimize workflow in the product development cycle.

As components, parts, devices, and products are expected to last longer, perform better, be updated faster, and cost less, engineers are faced with increasingly complex design challenges that were unimaginable only a decade ago.

Adopting a modern workflow in the product development cycle liberates designers and engineers from legacy software constraints and hardware limitations resulting in less physical prototyping, mass-customized products, and budget optimization.

In this whitepaper, specialists from Onshape, SimScale, and ESTECO cover the implementation of a design-simulate-optimize workflow relying on tools built on the latest cloud computing and optimization technologies, applied to the design of a centrifugal fluid pump.

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