Learn How to Improve Product Quality with Fewer Physical Prototypes
Are you an engineering manager or head of product development currently leveraging SOLIDWORKS® for design? Is your team under pressure to innovate more within reduced product development timelines? Would your company like to reduce field failures, recalls, and warranty costs?
If your answer to any of these questions is yes, check out MODSIM with 3DEXPERIENCE® Works, our monthly webinar series that will show you how to leverage SOLIDWORKS with 3DEXPERIENCE Works cloud-based simulation together to innovate faster and increase quality using virtual prototypes. The series kicks off Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 10:00AM EST. Register to attend the session here.
We will highlight the core FEA, CFD, and FEM capabilities, and their engineering and business values, when uniting MODeling and SIMulation. The MODSIM approach will be demonstrated in real-world applications across life sciences, industrial equipment, high tech, home & lifestyle, and consumer packaged goods industries, among others.
Simulation and industry experts will discuss how coupling the MODSIM approach with 3DEXPERIENCE Works solutions enables SOLIDWORKS users to accelerate innovation, reduce the number of physical prototypes, and speed time to market. Using industrial workflow examples, Industry experts will highlight how structural, fluid, thermal, electromagnetic, and motion performance can be quickly validated.
Smart Product Design
Adequate testing involves structural, thermal, and airflow cooling physics, to name just a few. For example, knowing the temperature and the cooling airflow in a system and sub-system is critical for a successful product. MODSIM users can benefit from simulation technology across all Structures (FEA), Fluids (CFD), Electromagnetics, Plastic Injection Molding and Motion domains, improving the performance of existing products and exploring innovative designs for new products.
Here are just a few benefits of using a MODSIM approach in product development:
- Manufacturing – The ability to consider different materials and manufacturing processes during the design stage enables a more efficient process and better decision-making with fewer downstream issues.
- Predicting Problems – By simulating and analyzing designs in a controlled environment, engineers can identify potential risks and address them proactively, reducing the likelihood of failures and costly redesigns.
- Sustainability – By optimizing designs for energy efficiency, material usage, and manufacturing processes, engineers can minimize the environmental impact of their products.
In this series, you will learn about core capabilities, best practices, and target applications delivered by cloud-based 3DEXPERIENCE Works Simulation.
We will have Q&A’s with live demonstrations to illustrate how various problems are solved, so feel free to bring your questions. Learn more about how you can put these tools to work today by registering for the series here.