Simulation Assisted Engineering (SAE)
Engineers have a blind spot with their traditional engineering tools, which provide only static information. They cannot take their integrated designs for a test-drive, put them through 'what-if' scenarios, and shake-out potential problems associated with integration, human-machine interaction, or functional performance. Nor can they test their designs across a full range of operating scenarios and changing conditions
Simulation Assisted Engineering, which incorporates simulation as a core engineering practice, fills this gap. It enables engineers to efficiently answer questions about the dynamic behavior of complex systems and optimize their designs.
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